Let Me Put My Love Into You

Album: Back In Black (1980)
  • Flying on a free flight
    Driving all night
    With my machinery
    'Cause I got the power

    Any hour
    To show the man in me
    I got reputations
    Blown to pieces

    With my artillery
    I'll be guided in
    We'll be ridin'
    Given what you got to me

    Don't you struggle
    Don't you fight
    Don't you worry
    'Cause it's your turn tonight

    Let me put my love into you, babe
    Let me put my love on the line
    Let me put my love into you, babe
    Let me cut your cake with my knife

    Like a fever
    Burning faster
    You spark the fire in me
    Crazy feelings
    Got me reeling
    They got me raising steam

    Don't you struggle
    Don't you fight
    Don't you worry
    'Cause it's your turn tonight

    Let me put my love into you, babe
    Let me put my love on the line
    Let me put my love into you, babe
    Let me cut your cake with my knife

    Let me put my love into you, babe
    Let me put my love on the line
    Let me put my love into you, babe
    Let me cut your cake with my knife

    Let me put my love into you, babe
    Let me put my love on the line
    Let me put my love into you, babe
    Let me give it all, let me give it all
    To you, to you
    Give it all Writer/s: BRIAN JOHNSON, ANGUS MCKINNON YOUNG, MALCOLM MITCHELL YOUNG
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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