I'm all alone, said she, no one to phone, no one to touch me. E I'm on my way said the man in the long leather coat A as he started his car. A I'm glad you came, said she A you got my note, you understood it. E He smiled as he hung up his long leather coat A on the back of the door. D A E A Stroll on baby, step right in. E A E Help yourself to a handful of ev'rything in sight, A let the party begin. Stroll on baby, step right inů. A Oh, i love your coat, said she. (Oh, I love your coat, said she) E He said, well, thank you. (He said, well, thank you) A In your note you said you had, (In your note you said you had) E no one to touch you. (No one to touch you) A So shall I go through? (So shall I go, so shall I go,ů) D D2 Why, yes, she said, you can go on ahead, Dsus4 she took out the key D A and she locked him into the bedroom. Oh, oh, oh. Now I am alone, said she, she took a can of really red paint, and she sprayed up and down on the long leather coat, on the bloody red floor. So long, baby, I took you in just to show you that your long leather coat is really nothing but a handful of skin. Stroll on, baby, step right inů. Let the party begin! Ho! Oo-oo-oo-oo, oo-oo-oo. Well, let the party, the party begin.