Ted Nugent - Stranglehold - Live 1995
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Ted Nugent - Stranglehold - Live 1995




"Stranglehold" is a single and the first track from Ted Nugent's self-titled 1975 album. The vocals are by Derek St. Holmes. However, the "Sometimes you wanna get higher" verse is sung by Nugent. Nugent admits that the song was cowritten by Rob Grange, who received no share.





Lyrics


Here I come again now baby

Like a dog in heat

Tell it's me by the clamor now baby

I like to tap the streets


Now I've been smoking for so long

You know I'm here to stay

Got you in a stranglehold baby

You best get out of the way


The road I cruise is a bitch now baby

You know you can't turn me 'round

And if a house gets in my way baby

You know I'll burn it down


You remember the night that you left me

You put me in my place

Got you in a stranglehold baby

You're gone, I crushed your face


Yeah, sometimes you want to get higher

A sometimes you gotta start low

Some people think they gonna die someday

I got news you never got to go old


Come on, come on up

Come on, come on up

Come on, come on up

Come on, come on up

Come on, come on baby

Come on, come on, come on, come on up

Come on, come on, come on, come on baby

Come on, come on, come on


The road I cruise is a bitch now baby

You know you can't turn me 'round

Yeah and if a house gets in my way

You know I'll burn it down

You remember the night that you left me

You put me in my place

I got you in a stranglehold baby

Last night I crushed your face



Songwriters: Ted Nugent

Stranglehold lyrics © Warner Chappell Music, Inc

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