"If You Dare" as written by and Angus Mckinnon Young Malcolm Mitchell Young....
Honey do you love me
Love me like you do
Woman won't you come outside and play
If you dare

Woman if you love me
Love me like you do
Love me like you say
Woman won't you come outside and play
If you dare

Come on outside
If you dare

Come outside and play

Let's make it

Hey sugar baby
So hot and tasty
Come on give me some love
You're driving me wild
It's way past midnight
Why don't we take a ride
We'll make some honey
As we're cruising real slowly

Let's make it, don't waste it
Let's make it, come on and taste it

I'll be your ladies man
If you'll give me the chance
We'll keep a jumpin'
Till the music run dry
And if we take a rest
We'll smoke some cigarettes
And start a smoking
Going out of control

Let's make it, don't waste it
Let's make it, come on and taste it

Nah Nah Nah Nah
Let's not waste it
Nah Nah Nah Nah
We're gonna make it

Let's make it, don't waste it
Let's make it, come on and taste it


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"If You Dare" as written by Malcolm Mitchell Young Angus Mckinnon Young

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  • +1
    General CommentI think here we see Angu's love interest encouraged to let herself go, and actual step out from the bonds that have been holding her back all these years.

    Apparently, he's got some fire or something for her in the backyard. I think he's probably BBQ'n back there (as the aussie's all love to do) and her steak is almost ready. She knows, however, that Angus is not the greatest at working a grill, and the whole backyard is most likely about to catch fire. So she would be "coming outside" at her own peril. Angus is a persistent bastard however. I love this song.
    myerzmanon March 21, 2007   Link
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    General Commenthahahaha!!!
    young_jableson December 13, 2008   Link

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