Love Hungry Man

Album: Highway To Hell (1979)
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  • In this song, lead singer Bon Scott explains his urges for love. Drinking and sex are common themes in AC/DC songs. >>
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    Joe - Saugus, MA

Comments: 4

  • Jake from Melbourne This is my favourite bon Scott vocal
  • Eric from AzA man's got to eat, baby, bon appetit, I'm your...
  • Marissa from Stow, OhMaybe not AC/DC's best song... but I love these lyrics. They work perfectly with a story I just wrote about two college freshmen who fall in love after discovering they both have a passion for food. I happened to find this song while I was writing it and was overjoyed: AC/DC never lets me down!
  • Selina from Perth, AustraliaThis song originally sounded alot harder in the studio...AC/DC's commented on it, Ang n Mal, 'But it's not like the band have to like it or listen to it". It's not a bad song, nice bass line, but i do agree they've got better :)
    Rock On guys!
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