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Billy Squier (born May 12, 1950, in Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts) is a rock musician. He had a string of arena rock and power ballad type hits in the 80s. He's probably best known for the song "The Stroke", on his 1981 album 'Don't Say No'. Said album has been RIAA certified as triple-platinum. Other hits include "Lonely Is The Night", "Everybody Wants You", "In The Dark", "My Kinda Lover", and "Rock Me Tonite". Squier left the music industry in the mid-90s, due in part to issues with his label as well as changing musical trends.
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- LyricsNow everybody have you heard
If you're in the game, then the stroke's the word
Don't take no rhythm, don't take no style
Got a thirst for chillin', grab your vile
You put your right hand out, give a firm hand-shake
- Lonely Is The Night - (4:40) - 14,205 plays
- LyricsYou see 'em comin'
At you every night
Strung on pretension
They fall for you at first sight
You know their business
- My Kinda Lover - (3:32) - 4,432 plays
- In The Dark - (4:08) - 4,557 plays
- Too Daze Gone - (4:04) - 3,048 plays
- Rock Me Tonite - (4:57) - 2,150 plays
- Emotions In Motion - (4:57) - 1,398 plays
- The Big Beat - (3:38) - 1,111 plays
- All Night Long - (4:47) - 1,003 plays