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AC/DC: Walk All Over You Meaning

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Outta my way, I'm runnin' high,
Take a chance with me n' I'll give it a try
Ain't no woman in the world I know,
'Cause I ain't lookin' for an overflow
Oh baby, I ain't got much,
Resistance to your touch
Take off the high heels, let down...

  1. anonymous
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    Jul 30th 2014 report

    its not about them, or Bon treating women badly, hell do anything they want him to do .baby.. it is all about sex, and letting loose, im gonna walk all over you, were gonna do everything

  2. anonymous
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    Oct 29th 2012 report

    They both said it, it's pure sex, pure AC/DC, it could also mean there treating you badly, because have you ever heard the term 'you're just letting them walk all over you? it basically means there treating you like dirt. but no there wrong about the albums. You need to get all the albums!!!

  3. anonymous
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    Sep 17th 2006 report

    Yeah what the guy over top of me said it is about sex I'm going to have to question that dude that powerage is the their best album but I also recomend let there be rock because of the guitar solo on whole lotta rosie is there best.

  4. Heavy_Metal_Rules69
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    Apr 28th 2006 report

    This song is pure sex! Pure classic Bon Scott!!!. Dudes if your just getting into AC/DC buy the highway to hell album. It's their best.


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