"Ready For Love" as written by and Mick Ralphs....
Walkin' down this rocky road
Wonderin' where my life is leading
Rollin' on to the bitter end
Finding out along the way
What it takes to keep love living
You should know
How it feels my friend

Ooh
I want you to stay
Ooh
I want you today
I'm ready for love, oh baby I'm ready for love
Ready for love, oh baby I'm ready for love, yeah
For your love

Now I'm on my feet again
Better things are bound to happen
All my dues surely must be paid
Many miles and many tears
Times were hard but now they're changing
You should know that I'm not afraid

Ooh I want you to stay
Ooh I want you today
I'm ready for love oh baby I'm ready for love
Ready for love oh baby I'm ready for love

Oh I'm ready for love
Yeah, I'm ready for your love

Ooh I want you to stay
Ooh I want you today
I'm ready for love oh baby I'm ready for love
Ready for love oh baby I'm ready for love
Ready for love oh baby I'm ready for love
Ready for love oh baby I'm ready for your love
Ah woah
I'm ready for your love
Oh I'm ready, I'm ready, mmm


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"Ready for Love" as written by Mick Ralphs

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    General Commentgood lord, how have people NOT posted on this masterpiece?!@
    it is truly a wonderful song, by a wonderful group, from a wonderful time. for some reason things just seem to have gotten more complicated and....lame....since the era of bad company and the like. what i wouldnt give for a chance to go back to those days for just a year. *tear rolls down cheek*
    dr.jacobon July 02, 2002   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThis song is amazing...I've starting to develop a definete appriciation of Bad Company...solid rock and roll music. I've also noticed that they were a definete influence in creating the band Stillwater from the movie Almost Famous (among other bands). If you listen to the Stillwater song "Love Comes And Goes" from the movie, it's structured exactly like "Bad Company" the song. Pretty cool.
    JxPxon April 22, 2003   Link
  • +1
    MemoryIt means that nothing else matters to this person except for a real love and romance and if blessed enough, a true soul mate which is rare for some people. They don't give a blank about big money or material possesions but about true and real love with soul power. They have had a hard life and rocky road and are ready for the good stuff that will last forever. They keep a positive train of thought to keep love alive when they are single and will some day set them free from loneliness. The piano solo in the middle reminds me of the winter blues of Minnesota.
    jon1043377on July 09, 2016   Link
  • 0
    General CommentGreat song.....straightforward, about decisions and of course, love
    Sukaion June 19, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General Commentabout wanting to take that next step in a relationship.
    kfe2on February 03, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentdude

    dude this song is sooooooooo ah man i man i lov- oh dude its just so- i love it
    heyjude55on April 23, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentbad co have some great songs that where in there own way and it will stand to the test of time
    Wicked133on May 16, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General CommentOne of my top ten songs. There is so much sadness but so much hope.
    susiesutton May 08, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General Commentmany times his heart has been broken looking for love, and having bad luck in relationships, now his luck is changing and he is ready again to take a chance with this person. love this song, so beautiful!!!
    pbandkellyon February 17, 2011   Link
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    General CommentPaul Rodgers is the simply the best singer in this genre of all time .A blues man singing R&R.this song is my favorite BC song. I'm Also ready for love. now get over here chubby.
    dooglepopon May 08, 2011   Link

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