"Have A Drink On Me" as written by and Malcolm Mitchell Young Brian Johnson....
Whiskey, gin and brandy
With a glass I'm pretty handy
I'm trying to walk a straight line
On sour mash and cheap wine
So join me for a drink boys
We're gonna make a big noise

So don't worry about tomorrow
Take it today
Forget about the check
We'll get hell to pay

Have a drink on me
Have a drink on me
Yeah, have a drink on me
Have a drink on me (on me)
Come on

Dizzy, drunk and fightin'
On tequila white lightnin'
My glass is getting shorter
On whiskey, ice and water
So come on and have a good time
And get blinded out of your mind

So don't worry about tomorrow
Take it today
Forget about the check
We'll get hell to pay

Have a drink on me
Have a drink on me
Have a drink on me
Have a drink on me (on me)
Get stoned

Have a drink on me
Have a drink on me (yeah)
Have a drink on me,come on

Oh
Gonna roll around
Gonna hit the ground
Take another swing
Have another drink
Gonna drink it dry
Gonna get me high
Come on all the boys
Make a noise

Have a drink on me
Have a drink on me
Have a drink on me
Have a drink on me
Have a drink on me
Have a drink on me
Have a drink on me
Have a drink on me

Have a drink on me


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"Have a Drink on Me" as written by Malcolm Mitchell Young Brian Johnson

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    General CommentWell I dunno if there's any reason why the wrote this song, kind ironic when you think about it. Only a few months before this album was released their former lead singer got incredibly drunk, choked on his own vomit and died.

    Buttttt...Still a nice feel good song, one of my favorites.
    Muzzyon April 02, 2003   Link
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    General Commentuhhhhh muzzy, this song was written to salute bon and and his lifestyle, like back in black
    rockerdude614on April 13, 2004   Link
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    General Commentangus young, as ive heard in fan sites is no drinker. he drinks tea, a lot of it. must be why he goes phycho on the solos on concerts
    Mr. Badguy0077on November 16, 2004   Link
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    General CommentThis song was written as a salute to Bon Scott and his infamous "drinking binges".

    To be more specific, Bon passed out in his friend's car. Left alone for just minutes, he fell against what I believe was the gear changer, and in such an odd position, he choked on his own vomit. A few sources also said hypothermia had something to do with it.
    Balleron January 24, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis is the only song on the album written with Bon Scott in mind as a tribute, most people think Hells Bells and Back in Black are about Bon, which is false
    Boo Urnson June 07, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti hate to think bon would die choking on his vomit i thought it was hypothermia its sad he died such a lonely death i mean he was left in a freaking car all night ...not cool R.I.P
    awesome song though
    bonscottruleson March 05, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis song is pure bullshit. I've tried buying a drink and charging to AC/DC and it DOES NOT WORK! They just look at you weird and then call the bouncer...
    trippdoggon June 13, 2008   Link
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    General CommentJust wondering Boo Urns, where you get your information at? Everything I've ever heard says that Hells Bells and Back in Black are.
    Dyne316on February 16, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThis is a tribute to Bon Scott - Bon with his twisted sense of humor would have found it hilarious.

    The previous posts about how Bon died are true although there is speculation that drugs were involved. Bon had been hanging out with the band UFO and dabbling in heroin.
    Tonyd101on March 25, 2010   Link
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    General Commentthis song was apparently written by Bon Scott.
    if you get the Iron Man CD. Read the book inside.
    it was supposedly the last song he played before he died.
    lav it :)
    rawritshollyon April 08, 2011   Link

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