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Let Me Know is the Fifth song off KISS' self-titled debut album.

In Their Own WordsEdit

Pauls Stanley - "Let me know started off as a song called "Sunday Driver" and it was the first song I ever played for Gene when we first met. For Gene it was a revelation because I dont think he realized that there were other people walking the streets as common people who could write songs besides him and Lennon and McCartney."

LyricsEdit

Ah let me, let me

Let me be your Sunday driver

Let me be your Monday man

I'll take you anywhere you want

Just as fast as I can

It doesn't matter what you wanna do

It doesn't matter where you wanna go

Just gotta decide girl and then you let me know


Oh, did you ever want lovin', so you're callin'

Up your baby and she's stallin' with the neighbors

And the night keeps gettin' longer

And the urge keeps getting stronger

So your tryin and your dyin' and you're wonderin' does she love you

A knock comes at your door

Let me in honey


Let me

Let me be your Tuesday taxi

Let me be your Wednesday boy

I'll be your lovin' man

You'll be my bundle of joy

And oh

It doesn't matter what you wanna do

It doesn't matter where you wanna go

You just gotta decide girl and then you let me know


Other factsEdit

The guitar riff at the end of the song was used as the start of Ace Frehleys guitar solo at the end of She on Alive!

Let Me Know Can Also Be Found OnEdit

You Wanted the Best, You Got the Best 1996

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