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Let the Music Do the Talking Lyrics By Aerosmith Songs Album: Done with Mirrors Year: 1985 Rock-a-bye baby if you want to dance Grab yourself a body and t

Aerosmith - Let the Music Do the Talking
Aerosmith - Let the Music Do the Talking


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Album: Done with Mirrors
Released: 1985

Let the Music Do the Talking Lyrics


Rock-a-bye baby if you want to dance
Grab yourself a body and take a chance
They say one time around is all you get
But I'm still dancin' so you lost your bet
I got a hardcore mama with a hot hoochie coo
Make my wheels start spinnin' like a formula two
I got one for the money
Two for the show
Three for my honey
And four to let you know that I
Let the Music Do the Talking
Let the music do the talking
Let the music do the talking
Let the music do the talking
Cheesecake maybe if I take another bite
I'm a real fat city I'm an aero delight
Threw out my pipe and my alcoline
Got a squeaky clean body and a dirty mind
I'm a real fine dancer I'll be cutting rug
Got my brand new baby she's my brand new drug

Writer/s: JOE PERRY
Publisher: Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC
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Let the Music Do the Talking
  • Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry wrote this song after leaving the band in 1979. He recorded it with his own group, The Joe Perry Project, making it the title track of their 1980 album. When Perry returned to Aerosmith in 1984, the band signed a new record deal with Geffen Records and began to sober up, leading to their wildly successful comeback.

    Done with Mirrors was their first Geffen album, and a newly recorded "Let the Music Do the Talking" was the first single. This success would have to wait, however, as both the single and album sold poorly, mostly consumed by fans loyal to the band from their '70s heyday. Their resurgence would come two years later with the release of the Permanent Vacation album.
  • The Done with Mirrors album had an interesting packaging gimmick: the letters were printed backward so you had to hold it up to a mirror to read it. The single cover for this song was also printed this way.
  • Along with the rest of the album, this song was produced by Ted Templeman, best known for his work with Van Halen. It was Aerosmith's record company that paired them with Templeman, hoping he would deliver something along the lines of his previous Van Halen effort, 1984. Templeman and Aerosmith didn't click, and for their next album, Bruce Fairbairn was at the controls.
  • This is one of the few Aerosmith songs with no writing contribution from Steven Tyler. The entire song was written by Joe Perry; without Tyler's words, he simply wrote about how his music does the talking for him.
  • The band shot a video for this song, which was directed by Jerry Kramer, who had done a few Jefferson Starship videos and the Rod Stewart clip for "Some Guys Have All The Luck." Steven Tyler wanted to capture the live feel of the band, so the concept was footage show by a kid who sneaks a video camera into a show and films them performing this song.

    The clip was ignored by MTV, who only warmed to Aerosmith after Tyler and Joe Perry appeared in the Run-D.M.C. "Walk This Way" collaboration. Within a few years, Aerosmith would become one of the hottest bands on the network, thanks in part to Alicia Silverstone's appearances in their videos.

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