Aerosmith Streaming New Song Online
"Oh Yeah" was written by guitarist Joe Perry at his Boneyard Studio in suburban Boston. The song began in a funkier groove than the churning, straight-ahead rocker it would later become, and singer Steven Tyler wasn't sold on it at first. He did know he wanted to sing the lyrics himself: "I would die for you baby/ I cry for you baby . . . Won't ya please give me some of your love?"
By the time album sessions began in Los Angeles, Perry brought it to the band and said, "Let's do it double-time and make it rock," he recalls, and Tyler kept telling him how much he liked the lyrics. "It didn't knock me out, but in the meantime Steven kept saying, 'It's really good this way.' Then we'd add more, and it got better and better." more on this story
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