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"Four Kicks" is the second single taken from Aha Shake Heartbreak which is the second album by the American rock band Kings of Leon. It peaked at number 24 in the UK singles chart and number 32 in the Irish singles chart. It is also a double worded title the other being "For Kicks" as it is labeled on the Zune Marketplace whether it is incorrect or not is unknown.

The song's music video shows the band playing in a… read more

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Lyrics

Huff men don't take no nonsense
He's here to rectify
He's got his black belt buckle
And the red mans fire in his eyes

Kings of Leon - Four Kicks Lyrics

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  • Loove it!!
  • "I honestly don't understand why so many people love a band until they become commercially successful and then all of the sudden when the band is popular and played on the radio a lot their early fans abandon them claiming they sold out? That is idiotic." --- except that you're wrong, because THIS is rock and roll, and now they make pop shit. What the hell?
  • i love this one makes fucked up everything
  • Caleb you sexy as hale
  • Hear hear, not here here.
  • "I honestly don't understand why so many people love a band until they become commercially successful and then all of the sudden when the band is popular and played on the radio a lot their early fans abandon them claiming they sold out? That is idiotic." - here fucking here
  • Back before they went all commercial and were truly awesome!! Love first two albums.
  • Exactly what kuiper__ said!
  • The version on Day Old Belgian Blues kicks ass, rock'n roll baby!
  • @Eric: I don't give a shit about a band's popularity. In fact, I often want the music I like to become more successful. I loved KoL's older style a lot more than I like their newer approach. I even enjoyed Because of the Times, which most old fans seem to despise. However, their newest album was terribly boring to me, and the one before that was just alright. It's not about them being popular; it's about my taste in music. They're just not appealing to me anymore. I miss what they were, because I really love that sound. Sometimes it's that easy of an explanation.

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