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  2. The first verse: Don't take no rhythm, Don't take no style Gotta thirst for killin', Grab your vial and 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 Chorus Stroke me, stroke me Could be a winner boy you move mighty well Stroke me, stroke me, stroke me, stroke me You got your number down, stroke me, stroke me Say you're a winner but babe, you're just a sinner now its ...

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  3. Squier Fan from Sweden I used to think the lyrics to the "Stroke" was aluding to Lucifer in some aspect; "Put you right hand out and give a firm hand shake", which would imply the left hand of someone else is shook. And I always thought he sang. " ... grab your violin" - the Devils instrument - not " ... vile/vile ".

  4. Jun 11, 1991 · Squier insists there's deeper meaning to his lyrics. Sexual innuendo is nothing new to the music of Billy Squier. But the writer of such classic rock songs as "The Stroke" and "In The Dark" might ...

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  5. (Stroke, stroke, stroke, stroke, stroke, stroke, stroke) Better listen now Said it ain't no joke Don't let your conscience fail ya' Just do the stroke Don't ya' take no chances Keep your eye on top Do your fancy dances You can't stop you just. Stroke me, stroke me (Stroke, stroke) Stroke me, stroke me (Stroke, stroke) Stroke me, stroke me (Stroke, stroke)

  6. The Stroke Lyrics: 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 / Got a thirst for killing / Grab your vial / You

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