AC/DC: Whole Lotta Rosie Meaning
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Song Released: 1977
Whole Lotta Rosie Lyrics
'Bout a woman I know
When it comes to lovin'
Oh, she steals the show
She ain't exactly pretty
She ain't exaclty small
You could say she's got it ALLLLLL!!!!!!!!!!!
Never had a woman, never had a woman...
anonymous Aug 28th, 2014 8:34pm report
Rosie is a metaphor for all those beautiful women who don't conform to the norm.
anonymous Oct 14th, 2013 10:02pm report
It's AC/DC being AC/DC. What else is there to say?
anonymous Jul 30th, 2012 7:35am report
"by todays standards .. rosie was SMALL!"
it's inches, not centimetres
anonymous May 27th, 2012 5:39am report
by todays standards .. rosie was SMALL!
anonymous Feb 17th, 2009 2:53pm report
On a bbc recording Bon says the song is about a fat woman from Tasmania.
anonymous Jan 26th, 2007 1:50pm report
if you get ahold of the cd volts, listen to all of ride on and at the end there was an interview with bon that says rosie was a huge girl that lived across the street from the hotel they stayed at. The song itself is about his intimate relationship with her, in the interview, he says he wished he hadent slept with her. The interview is about a minute past the end of ride on tehre are actualy several interview one of rosie and several about him puting out a new album with the band.
anonymous Nov 14th, 2006 11:03pm report
I just need to clarify that rosie wasn't a prostitute. She was just very sexually active.
The story is that bon was walking down the street after a gig, and a woman pulled him into her house.. She ran off a [rather long] list of the names of people she previously had sex with (they happened to be mostly famous people or politicians.
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