"Get It Hot" as written by and Ronald Belford Scott Angus Mckinnon Young....
Going out on the town
Just a me and you
Gonna have ourselves a party
Just like we use to do

Nobody's playing Manilow
Nobody's playing soul
And no one's playing hard to get
Just a good old rock 'n' roll

Get it hot, get it hot
Come on baby, get it hot
Get it hot, get it hot
Alright

Moving down the motorway
Got a whole lot of booze
Got myself a sweet little number
Whose got nothing to lose

Goin' bend you like a G string
Conduct you like a choir
So get your body in the right place
We'll set the world on fire

Get it hot, get it hot
Come on baby, get it hot
Get it hot, get it hot
Alright

Ow!
Get it hot, get it hot
Come on baby, get it hot Get it hot, oh, get it hot
Oh little girl, get it hot

Come on baby, get it hot
Make me feel good, get it hot
Oh baby, get it hot
Whoa yeah


Lyrics submitted by Demau Senae, edited by skoobie93

"Get It Hot" as written by Angus Mckinnon Young Ronald Belford Scott

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    General CommentNo comments? Aww.. poor little song! Great song from the Highay to the Hell, especially love "gonna bend you like a g-string, conduct you like a fire"! Bon's voice is great, and looove the guitar in this, reflect off each other well - does that make sense? Not really..
    crankitupon March 05, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti feel Bon got a touch lazy with the lyrics on a # of songs on every album............this is obviously an xample.

    Still a fine rocker.
    pton August 22, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI personally prefer the original version of this song from Bonfire.
    edgieon September 16, 2009   Link
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    General Commentsounds better when you're screwing a chick in a Camaro IROC-Z with the t-tops open.
    kirkhammettforprezon June 20, 2012   Link

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