"Ram It Down" as written by and Glenn Raymond/halford Tipton....
Raise the sights, the city lights are calling
We're hot tonight, the time is right, there's nitro in the air
In the street is where we'll meet, we're warning
On the beat, we won't retreat, beware

Thousands of cars and a million guitars
Screaming with power in the air
We've found the place where the decibels race
This army of rock will be there

To ram it down, ram it down
Straight through the heart of this town
Ram it down, ram it down
Razing the place to the ground
Ram it down

Bodies revvin' in leather heaven in wonder
Lights are dimmin' and heads are swimmin'
As thunder hits the stage
Hell breaks loose, turn on the juice get stronger
We metal maniacs begin to rave

Thousands of cars and a million guitars
Screaming with power in the air
We've found the place where the decibels race
This army of rock will be there

To ram it down, ram it down
Straight through the heart of this town
Ram it down, ram it down
Razing the place to the ground
Ram it down

Shout it out, we're all together now
Shout it out, we join as one, one

Thousands of cars and a million guitars
Screaming with power in the air
We've found the place where the decibels race
This army of rock will be there

To ram it down, ram it down
Straight through the heart of this town
Ram it down, ram it down
Razing the place to the ground
Ram it down


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"Ram It Down" as written by Kenneth Downing Glenn Raymond Tipton

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    General CommentIt sounds like a congregation of metalheads rioting and playing music. I guess the "it" in "Ram it Down" is the government or something. Either way, great song.
    deathbeans9on January 17, 2011   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI think if you think about it, you'll figure out what the lyrics are about.
    dwfp99on December 27, 2004   Link
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    General CommentThe solos are amazing! I love the bit where KK and Glenn are doing the lead guitar harmony bit, kinda towards the end of the solo. Just gives me a hell of a chill.
    minihatson December 12, 2005   Link
  • 0
    Song Meaningits about their concerts, not gay butt sex
    darthhomer12on May 14, 2009   Link
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    General Commentlol, the part where he says "this army of rock will be there", i thought it sounded like he said "the zombie of rock will be there"... just came on here see what he really said (or see if he really was talking about some awesome rock-zombie =P )
    confusedndazedon May 19, 2010   Link
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    General CommentIts the future,the seventh son of the seventh son has risen.
    The guardianon November 18, 2013   Link
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    My InterpretationIn George W. Bush's first term as President, he wanted to make a law to make heavy metal illegal. Apparently it didn't work. I see Mr Halford saying "Ram It Down" to the rules of the American Government and policies. This song has nothing to do with gay butt sex and if it did... Who cares?
    Engel97on April 01, 2014   Link
  • -5
    General CommentI'm not sure but I think it's about gay butt-sex.
    offdutyninja17on February 04, 2007   Link

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