"Strutter" is a song by American hard rock band Kiss, released on Kiss in 1974. It was released as the third single from their album and failed to chart.
"Strutter" is one of the few Kiss songs written by Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley together: Stanley wrote lyrics to a song for which Simmons had originally written music, called "Stanley the Parrot". Stanley's lyrics show some of his Bob Dylan influences. Original Kiss…
I know a thing or two about her
I know she'll only make you cry
She'll let you walk the street beside her
But when she wants she'll pass you by