"Get The Lead Out" as written by and Joe Perry Steven Tyler....
Do ya like good boogey
Like the real boogey woogie
Hear the juke box singin'
Get the dance hall swingin'
Won't ya grab my shaker
Got to meet your maker
Um get out the lead, get out of bed, get the lead out ?

(Get ready) I'll show you my fist
(Get ready) take hold of my wrist
(Get ready) we really can't miss
(Get ready)

Oh, hey good lookin'
What ya got there cookin'
You a young spring chicken
I make your feet start kickin'

No no, no no
No no, no no
No no, no no
No no, no no
No no, no no

(Get ready) I'll show you my fist
(Get ready) take hold of my wrist
(Get ready) we really can't miss
(Get ready)

Oh, hey good lookin'
What ya got there cookin'
Oh, hey good lookin'
What ya got there cookin'
You a young spring chicken
Make your feet start kickin'
Boot it out, dance without me

No no, no no
No no, no no
No no, no no
No no, no no


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"Get the Lead Out" as written by Steven Victor Tallarico Joe Perry

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    General CommentNot really about beyond flirting and fantasizing about a girl. Very excellent riff to this song though. I think its very underappreciated.
    boozer11on June 07, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI agree with boozer on this, i think its about seeing a girl he thinks is very attractive and and fantasizing. The ending guitar riff is my favorite part and makes it have a "drug" type feel to it. Then again most songs from this album were about drugs... Great song though from my favorite band.
    xVOoDOoxon December 04, 2010   Link
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    Song MeaningTyler is singing about picking up a woman on a dance floor by appealing to her sense of wanting to dancing. Yet, his drive is to use the dance appeal to have sex with her.

    The outro is a song sex metaphor. All of the sounds allude to sex.

    Oh and there is an homage to the Beatles in two trilled sustained notes, likely by Whitford as Perry isn't subtle nor schooled.
    WayfarerWexon April 02, 2014   Link

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