"Up To My Neck In You" as written by and Ronald Belford Scott Angus Mckinnon Young....
Well I've been up to my neck in trouble
Up to my neck in strife
Up to my neck in misery
For most of my life, I've been a fool
And you know what a fool can do

I'm telling you
You came along when I needed you
Now I'm up,
I'm up to my neck in you

And I've been up to my neck in pleasure
Up to my neck in pain
I've been up to my neck on the railroad track
Waitin' for the train

To cruise on through
Baby my time was due, oh it's way overdue
You came along and pulled me through
Now I'm up

Up to my neck in you
Don't it feel good

I've been up to my neck in whiskey
I've been up to my neck in wine
I've been up to my neck in wishin'
That this neck wasn't mine

I'm a loser, that ain't lost it
Baby you were too good, too good to be true
What you done no one else could do
Now I'm up

I'm up to my neck in you
It feels good

Yeah you came along when I needed you
I'm up to my neck in you


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"Up to My Neck in You" as written by Malcolm Mitchell Young Angus Mckinnon Young

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    General CommentAgree with Angusfan - great song - one of the 'forgotten gems' from them. Fans of this song may be interested to know there was originally another verse which went something like:-

    "I’ve been up to my neck in money
    I've been up to my neck in debt
    I’ve been up to my neck in wild, wild women
    That I’m trying to forget.
    Tell you more
    I don't need it anymore...."

    which was dropped when they recorded the studio album.
    whatsnexttothemoonon January 09, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis is probably the greatest ac/dc song ever that went unnoticed.....the lyrics and guitar solo are incredible....bon is purely raw in it.
    Angusfanon July 21, 2005   Link
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    General Commentactually you can find live versions on youtube where they include this verse, and they extend the song by about 4 minutes with angus soloing his brains out.
    rmak89on June 09, 2009   Link

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