Funhouse
The Stooges Lyrics


Ooh
Come on, right on, now
Ooh, oh, c'mon, stay
I feel alright
Yeah, I feel alright
Ooh
Uh, lemme in
Hey, lemme in
Hey, bring it down
Uh
Callin' from the fun house with my song
We been separated, baby, far too long
Callin' all you whoop-dee
Pretty things
Shinin' in your freedom, come and be my rings
Hold me tight
Callin' from the fun house
Hold me tight
Callin' from the fun house, yeah
Yeah, I came to play and I mean to play around
Yeah, I came to play and I mean to play real good
Yeah, I came to play
Oh
Alright, hey, lemme in
Uh
Take it down
I feel alright
Take it down, uh
Hoo
Little baby girlie, little baby boy
Cover me with lovin' in a bundle o'joy
Do I care to show you what I'm dreamin' of?
Do I dare to whoop ya with my love?
Every little baby knows just what I mean
Livin' in division in a shiftin' scene
Hold me tight
Callin' from the fun house
Hold me tight
Callin' from the fun house
Blow
Yeah, I came to play
Came to play
Blow, Steve!
Hoo
Uh
Hey
Hey, now
Uh, lemme in
One more
Time
Take it down
Take it down
A-takin' it down
We been separated
We been separated
A little too long
I said alright, alright, alright, alright, oh no!
Said alright, alright, alright, alright, oh no!
Said alright, alright, alright, no, no, no!
Said alright, alright, alright, blow, blow!
Blow!
Yeah, I came to play
Yeah, fun house boy will steal your heart away
Yeah, fun house boy will steal heart away
Will steal
Yeah
I came to play, I came to play
Came to play
Yeah baby
This is it
Baby
Yeah, I came to play
I came to play
Ooh-ooh
Ooh
Wow!

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
Written by: DAVID ALEXANDER, JAMES OSTERBERG, RONALD ASHETON, SCOTT ASHETON

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Most interesting comment from YouTube:

Rob Jones

Reviled in 1970.


Revered in 2020.


This album will be fifty years old in November 2020. Ig has lived to see his
immortal legacy continue into the 21st Century.


Nobody, apart from Hendrix and James Brown has come even close.



All comments from YouTube:

djamcat

They had it all without even figuring it out. The feeling, the sound, the energy, the guts, the wildness. Pure.

tallswede80

it's the distilled essence of the motor city.

Rabbi MadDaug

Truer words were never said.

RONNIE WALL

@Leahflower NEE YORK LIKES TO CLAIM PEOPLE THAT AREN'T FROM THERE.
I HAD A GUY SWEAR HE GREW UP WITH STEVE MARTIN IN NEW YORK.
STEVE IS FROM WACO TEXAS

Leahflower

And they came out of the Midwest of all places I'm from new York and all the new York scene drools over them

RONNIE WALL

@anne Onyme KATIE?

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PsyVen

One of the most powerful and intense LPs ever recorded. EVERY Punk and Metal band on Earth should listen to this one for inspiration.

Sir. Public

@Brewzerr It was more than punk and metal, noise rock took a few cues from the Stooges, Daily Dance (1973) was recorded after the band saw the Stooges live and decided to form an early noise rock group.

The Rhythm Section

Agreed.

Brewzerr

Funhouse influenced a hell of a lot more than just punk and metal. This album has virally infected pretty much every new form of music that has cropped up in the last 50 years. whether the writers and performers of said new music know it or not. This was a true game-changer, and it will continue to inspire and influence for generations to come. Timeless fucking stuff right here.

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