Lyrics by AC/DC

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  1. Back In Black
  2. Highway To Hell
  3. Thunderstruck
  4. T.N.T.
  5. You Shook Me All Night Long
  6. Hells Bells
  7. Shoot To Thrill
  8. Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
  9. Demon Fire
  10. Rock 'N' Roll Train
  11. It's A Long Way To The Top (If You Wanna Rock 'n' Roll)
  12. Live Wire
  13. Who Made Who
  14. Whole Lotta Rosie
  15. Let Me Put My Love Into You
  16. Let There Be Rock
  17. The Jack
  18. For Those About to Rock (We Salute You)
  19. If You Want Blood (You've Got It)
  20. Love Song
  21. Shot In The Dark
  22. Spoilin' For a Fight
  23. Big Gun
  24. Moneytalks
  25. Shot Down In Flames
  26. Are You Ready
  27. Girls Got Rhythm
  28. Little Lover
  29. Night Prowler
  30. Rock Or Bust
  31. Stiff Upper Lip
  32. Rock And Roll Ain't Noise Pollution
  33. Touch Too Much
  34. Safe In New York City
  35. Sin City
  36. Through The Mists Of Time
  37. War Machine
  38. Can I Sit Next To You Girl
  39. Have a Drink On Me
  40. High Voltage
  41. Problem Child
  42. Riff Raff
  43. School Days
  44. Big Jack
  45. What do You do For Money, Honey?
  46. Ballbreaker
  47. Big Balls
  48. Boogie Man
  49. Born To Be Wild
  50. Burnin' Alive
  51. Given The Dog a Bone
  52. Hard As a Rock
  53. Jailbreak
  54. Love Hungry Man
  55. Play Ball
  56. Rock 'N' Roll Damnation
  57. Rock 'N' Roll Singer
  58. She's Got Balls
  59. Walk All Over You
  60. Witch's Spell
  61. Beating Around The Bush
  62. Black Ice
  63. Caught With Your Pants Down
  64. Down Payment Blues
  65. Gone Shootin'
  66. Hell Ain't a Bad Place To Be
  67. Highway To Hell (feat. Bon Jovi)
  68. Let's Get It Up
  69. Love At First Feel
  70. Love Bomb
  71. Meltdown
  72. Realize
  73. Rejection
  74. Ride On
  75. Rock 'N' Roll Dream
  76. Rock The Blues Away
  77. Shake a Leg
  78. Shot Of Love
  79. Sink The Pink
  80. Squealer
  81. What's Next To The Moon
  82. You Ain't Got A Hold On Me
  83. Baby Please Don't Go
  84. Back Seat Confidential
  85. Badlands
  86. Baptism By Fire
  87. Chase The Ace
  88. Cold Hearted Man
  89. Decibel
  90. Dirty Eyes
  91. Fire Your Guns
  92. Flick Of The Switch
  93. Give It Up
  94. Go Down
  95. Goodbye & Good Riddance To Bad Luck
  96. Got You By The Balls
  97. Guns For Hire
  98. Hail Caesar
  99. Hard Times
  100. Heatseeker
  101. Hell Or High Water
  102. Kick You When You're Down
  103. Kissin' Dynamite
  104. Meanstreak
  105. Money Made
  106. Money Shot
  107. Nick Of Time
  108. R.I.P. (Rock In Peace)
  109. Rock The House
  110. Rocker
  111. School Of Rock
  112. Stormy May Day
  113. The Furor
  114. The Honey Roll
  115. The Jack (Live)
  116. Whiskey On The Rocks
  117. You Shook Me All Night Long (feat. Céline Dion)
  118. You Shook Me All Night Long (Remix)
  119. Ain't No Fun (Waiting Round To Be a Millionaire)
  120. All Screwed Up
  121. Alright Tonight
  122. Anything Goes
  123. Back In Business
  124. Backstreets
  125. Bad Boy Boogie
  126. Because The Night
  127. Bedlam In Belgium
  128. Borrowed Time
  129. Brain Shake
  130. Breaking The Rules
  131. C.O.D.
  132. Can't Stand Still
  133. Can't Stop Rock 'N' Roll
  134. Carry Me Home
  135. Code Red
  136. Come And Get It
  137. Cover You In Oil
  138. Crabsody In Blue
  139. Cyberspace
  140. D.T.
  141. Damned
  142. Danger
  143. Darkness On The Edge Of Town
  144. Deep In The Hole
  145. Dog Eat Dog
  146. Dogs Of War
  147. Down On The Borderline
  148. Emission Control
  149. Evil Walks
  150. First Blood
  151. Fling Thing
  152. Fly On The Wall
  153. Get It Hot
  154. Gimme a Bullet
  155. Go Zone
  156. Got Some Rock & Roll Thunder
  157. Harley Davidson
  158. Highway To Hell (feat. Bruce Springsteen)
  159. Hold Me Back
  160. House Of Jazz
  161. I Put The Finger In You
  162. If You Dare
  163. Inject The Venom
  164. Johnny B. Goode
  165. Kicked In The Teeth
  166. Landslide
  167. Let's Make It
  168. Miss Adventure
  169. Mistress For Christmas
  170. Nervous Shakedown
  171. Night Of The Long Knives
  172. No Man's Land
  173. Overdose
  174. Playing With Girls
  175. Rising Power
  176. Rock Or Bust/Highway to Hell
  177. Rock Your Heart Out
  178. Rockin' In The Parlour
  179. Rocking All The Way
  180. Round And Round And Round
  181. Ruff Stuff
  182. Satellite Blues
  183. Send For The Man
  184. Shake Your Foundations
  185. She Likes Rock 'N' Roll
  186. Show Business
  187. Skies On Fire
  188. Smash 'N' Grab
  189. Snake Eye
  190. Snowballed
  191. Some Sin For Nuthin'
  192. Sooky Sooky
  193. Soul Stripper
  194. Spellbound
  195. Stand Up
  196. Stick Around
  197. Strap It On
  198. Sweet Candy
  199. Systems Down
  200. That's The Way I Wanna Rock 'N' Roll
  201. The Bonnie Banks Of Loch Lomond
  202. The Price You Pay
  203. The Razors Edge
  204. There's Gonna Be Some Rockin'
  205. This House Is On Fire
  206. This Means War
  207. Thunder Road
  208. Two's Up
  209. Up To My Neck In You
  210. Wheels
  211. When We Were Beautiful
  212. Wild Reputation
  213. You Shook Me All Night Long (feat. Bon Jovi)

AC/DC are an Australian rock band formed in 1973. They were founded by brothers Malcolm Young on rhythm guitar and Angus Young on lead guitar. Their current lineup comprises Angus, bassist Cliff Williams, drummer Phil Rudd, lead vocalist Brian Johnson, and rhythm guitarist Stevie Young, nephew of Angus and Malcolm. Their music has been variously described as hard rock, blues rock and heavy metal, but the band calls it simply "rock and roll". They are cited as a formative influence on the new wave of British heavy metal bands, such as Def Leppard and Saxon. AC/DC were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2003. AC/DC underwent several line-up changes before releasing their debut album, High Voltage (1975), which was released exclusively in Australia. Membership subsequently stabilised after the release of Let There Be Rock (1977), with the Young brothers, Rudd, Williams and Bon Scott on lead vocals. Seven months after the release of Highway to Hell (1979), Scott died of alcohol poisoning and the other members considered disbanding. However, at the request of Scott's parents, they continued together and recruited English singer Johnson as their new front man. Their first album with Johnson, Back in Black (1980), was dedicated to Scott's memory. It became the second best-selling album of all time. The band's eighth studio album, For Those About to Rock (1981), was their first album to reach number one on the Billboard 200. Prior to the release of Flick of the Switch (1983), Rudd left AC/DC and was replaced by Simon Wright, who was himself replaced by Chris Slade six years later. AC/DC experienced a commercial resurgence in the early 1990s with the release of The Razors Edge (1990); it was their only record to feature Slade, as Rudd returned in 1994. Rudd has since recorded five more albums with the band, starting with Ballbreaker (1995). Their fifteenth studio album, Black Ice was the second-highest-selling record of 2008 and their biggest chart hit since For Those About to Rock, eventually reaching number one worldwide. The band's line-up remained the same for 20 years until 2014, when Malcolm retired due to early-onset dementia, from which he died three years later; additionally, Rudd was involved in legal troubles. Stevie, who replaced Malcolm, debuted on the album Rock or Bust (2014). On the accompanying tour, Slade filled in for Rudd. In 2016, Johnson was advised to stop touring due to worsening hearing loss and Guns N' Roses singer Axl Rose stepped in as the band's front man for the remainder of that year's dates. Williams retired at the end of the tour in 2016 and the band entered a two-year hiatus. A reunion of the Rock or Bust line-up was announced in September 2020; the band's seventeenth studio album Power Up was released two months later. American drummer Matt Laug filled in for Rudd at the Power Trip festival in October 2023. The Power Up Tour was announced in February 2024 with American bass guitarist Chris Chaney replacing Williams.

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