She's got legs, she knows how to use them She never begs, she knows how to choose them She's holdin' leg wonderin' how to feel them Would you get behind them if you could only find them? She's my baby, she's my baby Yeah, it's alright
She's got hair down to her fanny She's kinda jet set, try undo her panties Every time she's dancin' she knows what to do Everybody wants to see if she can use it She's so fine, she's all mine Girl, you got it right
She's got legs, she knows how to use them She never begs, she knows how to choose them She's got a dime all of the time Stays out at night movin' through time Oh, I want her, said, I got to have her The girl is alright, she's alright (oh)
Writer/s: BILLY F GIBBONS, FRANK LEE BEARD, JOE MICHAEL HILL
Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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Seventhmist from 7th HeavenAnd when the "feminist" groups started whining, the song's sales started climbing!
Marc from -, MdFirst-ever interview with the girls in this video, including what they are doing now and never-published pics: http://noblemania.blogspot.com/2013/07/the-girl-in-video-legs-1984-part-1-of-3.html
Jeff from Boston, MaI'm just surprised some idiot hasn't posted to explain to us how this song is really about drugs.
Jason from Denver, CoTo ALL the ladies reading these comments. LEGS is the word of the day. So uh please SPREAD the WORD!!
Thomas from Somerville, AlI agree with Ed from Incongnito..this was not ZZ's best effort. The video was a beginning of a series of videos that were however, sexy and fun to watch. The song was very synthasized as was the ramainder of the album. When I saw them in concert, it was hard for them to keep up with the syncronized rythem tracks that had been pre-recorded. THEY STILL ROCKED THE HOUSE THOUGH!!
Austin from Smallsville,new England, --I read in an issue of guitar world that the orgins of the song came when:one day in Texas the three were in there car and they saw a beautiful women and it was raining hard out. So they were going to offer her a ride but before they knew it she was gone. One of the members jokes "She's got legs,and she knows how to use them".Thus the song came about. That might not be the exact story I will try to find the article later and post it on here.
Tom from Marble Falls, ArIsn't it ironic that the only ZZ Topper without a beard was named Beard?
Ed from Incognito, IlOne of my all-time favorite bands, altho I was HIGHLY disappointed with this song/album...it was a clear sign that they were departing from the vocals/guitar/bass/drums genre which made them my favorite in favor of the computer-generated, synthesized crap that you see before you. ugh!
Dave from Coal Valley, IlZZ-Top rocked back then, awesome videos with nice cars and even nicer looking girls!
Big And Tall from Yeehaw Junction, FlBefore MTV became BET and stopped playing videos, this song's video was in heavy rotation. Cool cars, hot women, great tune. It's about little more than womens' legs, definitely NOT about some little girl's legs "sh*t I gotta have 'em" not usually thought about pertaining to toddler legs.
Joe from Bellingham, WaNo, I heard this son isn't about ladies, its about frank beard,or one of them's daughter learning how to walk. She's like 1 years old and she knows how to use them. I could be wrong, because I thought it was about ladies.
David from Youngstown, OhThe song is brilliant in its simplicity. It's about a woman who's got damn great legs, she realizes it and she uses it to her advantage backed up by a catchy riff and a synthesizer.
Michael from Nelson, NcIf you listen carefully you'll note that the line "Oh, I want her, said, I got to have her"- which must be from the liner notes is actually "Oh, I want her, sh*t, I got to have her"
Steve from Raynham, MaI think this is one of the catchiest songs every made. Its many favorite song ever next to Dire Strait's "skateaway"
Ariel from Woodbridge, CtKid Rock did a version of this for WWE Diva Stacy Keibler to use as her enterance theme
"Bittersweet Symphony" by The Verve samples an obscure orchestral arrangement of the 1965 Rolling Stones song "The Last Time." The Verve had to sign away most of the royalties before they could release the song.