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“The Stroke” is the lead single of Squier’s second solo album. It became his first of four US Top 40 hits, reaching #17 in the summer of 1981, and also reached the top 10 in Canada and ...
Now everybody, have you heard, if you're in the game Then the stroke's the word Don't take no rhythm, Don't take no style Gotta thirst for killin', Grab your vial uh Put your right hand out, give a firm handshake Talk to me about that one big break Spread your ear pollution, both far and wide Keep your contributions by your side and Stroke me, stroke me Could be a winner boy you move mighty ...
Stroke me, stroke me (Stroke) Stroke me, stroke me You got your number down Stroke me, stroke me Say you're a winner But man you're just a sinner now Put your left foot out Keep it all in place Work your way Right into my face First you try to bed me You make my backbone slide When you find you've bled me Skip on by Keep on stroke me, stroke me
About The Stroke. "The Stroke" is a song written and recorded by American rock artist Billy Squier. It was released in 1981 as the debut single from his Triple Platinum album Don't Say No. This was Squier's first single to chart, reaching No. 17 on the US Billboard Hot 100. It was a bigger hit on rock radio, reaching No. 3 on the Top Tracks chart.
Billy Squier - Stroke Lyrics. Now everybody, have you heard, if you're in the game than the stroke's the word don't take no rhythm, don't take no style gotta thirst for k