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AC/DC: High Voltage Meaning

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Song Released: 1975


High Voltage Lyrics

You ask me 'bout the clothes I wear
And you ask me why I grow my hair
And you ask me why I'm in a band
I dig doin' one night stands
You wanna see me do my thing
All you gotta do is plug me into high
I said high
High voltage rock 'n'...

  1. anonymous
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    Aug 21st 2018 report

    I was high and listening this song. Then I realized that this song is about being high. I said HIGH!!!!

  2. anonymous
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    Aug 21st 2018 report

    I was high and listening this song. Then I realized that this song is about being high.

  3. anonymous
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    Dec 13th 2010 report

    The song is Just about High Voltage Rock N Roll and how it shouldn't be questioned and just left as it is!

  4. Heavy_Metal_Rules69
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    Apr 28th 2006 report

    This song is about the rock 'n' roll lifestyle (aka "sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll"). This referenced by "wine women and song." the two verses emphasize living the rock 'n' roll lifestyle. The long hair, the wearing of clothes that no respectable man would wear and then of course the live show.

    A little known fact about AC/DC: back when Bon was the lead singer and the band was playing gigs down under, the band would bring "bail" money to their shows. This is because every time Bon said "shit" or "fuck" the police would charge him, so to avoid having to cancel the show "bail" money was brought to each gig and always given to the cops so the show could continue. The more Bon swore the more money was paid for bail and coincidentally the more AC/DC's reputation grew.


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