Walk This Way Lyrics by Aerosmith


Aerosmith Lyrics

Walk This Way Lyrics
Backstroke lover always hidin neath the cover
Still I talked to your daddy he say
He said you aint seen noting
till youre down on a muffin
Then youre sure to be a-changin your ways

I met a cheerleader, was a real young bleeder
All the times I can remaniesse
cause the best thing lovin
With her sister and her cousin
Only started with a little kiss, like this!


See-saw swingin with the boys in the school
And your feet flyin up in the air
Singin hey diddle-diddle with the kitty in the middle
You be swingin like you just didnt care

So I took a big chance at the high school dance
With a missy who was ready to play
Was it me she was foolin
cause she knew what she was doin
And I know love was here to stay
When she told me to

Walk this way, walk this way
Walk this way, walk this way
Walk this way, walk this way
Walk this way, walk this way
Ah, just give me a kiss - like this!

School girl sadie with the classy kinda sassy
Little skirt climbing way up her knees
There was three young ladies in the school gym locker
When I noticed they was lookin at me

I was a high school loser
Never made it with a lady
Till the boys told me something I missed
Then my next door neighbour
With a daughter had a favour
So I gave her just a little kiss, like this!

See-saw swingin with the boys in the school
And your feet flyin up in the air
Singin hey diddle-diddle with the kitty in the middle
You be swingin like you just didnt care

So I took a big chance at the high school dance
With a missy who was ready to play
Was it me she was foolin
cause she knew what she was doin
When she told me how to walk this way
She told me to

Walk this way, talk this way
Walk this way, walk this way
Walk this way, walk this way
Walk this way, talk this way
Just give me a kiss - like this!
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Walk This Way Info:

• This song is about a promiscuous cheerleader who leads a schoolboy through losing his virginity.

• The 1986 version of the song with Run DMC is often credited as helping rap music break into the mainstream as it was the first rap song to hit the Top 5 in The Billboard Hot 100

• Steven Tyler & Joe Perry shared writing credits on the song. Jack Douglas produced the track.

• The single was originally released in August of 1975, but re-released in 1976 and peaked at #10 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

• The 1986 version with Run DMC, peaked at #4 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, revolutionized the new hybrid sub-musical genre of 'rock and rap', and won a Soul Train Music Award for Best Rap - Single in 1987.




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