Sink The Pink Lyrics - AC/DC
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Put your gear into fire
Lay your bullets on the ground
Turn your head to desire
There's a woman going down
She said she'll rough you up, all the way
And she gonna spit you out, count your days
She says choice is yours, casually
So why don't you do what comes naturally
Sink the pink, it's all the fashion
Drink the drink, it's old-fashioned
Gimme water, gimme wine
Gonna show you a good time
Sink the pink
Sink the pink
Got a fever runnin' high
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She school you like a fool
She make you break the rules
She wanna get a shot, hit the spot
Then I'm gonna rack 'em up, get that hot
She said make it good, satisfy
You know that woman got jealous eyes
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Process | Reviewer: ViCELaD | 12/25/12
I agree, not the best AC/DC song, but it is illustrative of their song writing process during their post Mutt Lange Back In Black era. It has all the mechanical earmarks: the pounding beat, the classic guitar hook, giant chords, and salacious lyrics, all crafted with a certain amount of drama in mind. This may not be their top drawer material, but of you've ever seen them live (I have, at least 2 dozen times!) you will know that Sink The Pink has always been a crowd pleaser. I give it a solid 7 out of ten.
07/17/2009 | Reviewer: Doc.Ent | 7/17/09
Typically repetitive song by a classic band. I don't mind lyrics - AC/DC have never been known for writing outstanding lyrics. The music itself is just fine - blues-like scheme with a boring unsophisticated chorus, sounding like a one-chord wailing with little variations. In my opinion they have already come up with much better songs than this one.
One of AC/DC's best songs musically, but not lyrically | Reviewer: Michael Caulfield | 3/1/08
The words are raunchy and not exactly good material for a first date, but the music is outstanding. The music is written with great fervor, enthusiasm, excitement and good vibes. The rhythm guitars are right on the money, but the lead guitar leaves you aching for more because they set it up with a nice lead-in. You end up putting the song on "repeat." The words definintely need work (clearly Neil Peart is not writing them). This is a guy-song that you listen to either alone or with your friends. I'm sure the gulf buddies fighting in Iraq could use a song like this.
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