Devil Gate Drive

Album: Quatro (1974)
Charted: 1
  • Hey, you all want to go down to Devil Gate Drive?
    Well, come on!

    Welcome to 'The Dive'!

    Well, at the age of five they can do their jive
    Down in Devil Gate Drive
    And at the age of six they're gonna get their kicks
    Down in Devil Gate Drive
    Well your mama don't know where your sister done go
    She gone down to the Drive. She's the start of the show
    And let her move on up. Let her come let her go.
    She can jive
    Down in Devil Gate Drive

    So come alive. Come alive
    Down in Devil Gate Drive
    So come alive. Come alive
    Down in Devil Gate...down in Devil Gate
    Down in Devil Gate Drive
    Down in Devil Gate...down in Devil Gate
    Down in Devil Gate Drive

    When they reach their teens, that's when they all get mean
    Down in Devil Gate Drive
    When I was sweet sisteen I was the jukebox queen
    Down in Devil Gate Drive
    I lead the angel pack on the road to sin
    Knock down the gates!
    Let me in. Let me in
    Don't mess me 'round, cause you know where I've been
    To 'The Dive' down in Devil Gate Drive

    So come alive. Come alive
    Down in Devil Gate Drive
    So come alive. Come alive
    Down in Devil Gate...down in Devil Gate
    Down in Devil Gate Drive
    Down in Devil Gate...down in Devil Gate
    Down in Devil Gate Drive

    Well your mama don't know where your sister done go
    She goes down to the Drive. She's the start of the show
    Let her move on up. Let her come let her go.
    She can jive
    Down in Devil Gate Drive

    So come alive. Come alive
    Down in Devil Gate Drive
    So come alive. Come alive
    Down in Devil Gate...down in Devil Gate
    Down in Devil Gate Drive
    Down in Devil Gate...down in Devil Gate
    Down in Devil Gate Drive

    Come on, boys. Let's do it one more time for Suzi!
    Are you ready, now?

    Come alive. Come alive Yeah! Writer/s: Michael Donald Chapman, Nicholas Barry Chinn
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 10

  • Greg from British ColumbiaDevilled Egg Drive
  • Fyodor from Denver, CoSuzi had a brother who played progressive rock under his own name, though I forget his name right off (and too lazy to look him up...)...
  • Rob from Vancouver, Canadayeah...pinky was hotter, and richie cunningham was an underrated axeman.....gotta go...need more mind numbing drugs
  • Dotcom from Omaha, Nei think Joan Jett has always been pretty open of her idolization of Suzi Quatro.
  • Howard from St. Louis Park, MnI remember hearing Devil Gate Drive in a Happy Days episode where Joanie wanted to go on tour with the group Leather and the Suedes.
  • Heather from Holbrook, NyWhen asked where or what Devil's Gate Drive was, Suzi said that it was the place where any teenagers went to hang out and do things they weren't supposed to.
    Suzi released a new song "Back to the Drive" on the Edgeplay: A Film about The Runaways soundtrack along with a couple new tunes.
    "(Let's Go)Back to the Drive" rocks hard. You can play both songs side by side and hear the similarities.
  • Pete from Nowra, Australiaalways thought she was singing
    about Digelbey Drive......
  • Ken from Dupont, PaPinky Tuscaderro was much hotter than her sister, Leather.
  • John from Seattle, WaSuzi was cast as Leather Tuscaderro after "Happy Days" producer Garry Marshall saw a pinup of her on his daughter's wall. In my opinion, Joat Jett completely ripped off Suzi Quatro.
  • John from Alexandria, KySuzi is one of actress Sherilyn Fenn's Aunts.
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