Do you like it heavy?
Do you love it mean?
Do you want it dirty?
We don't play it clean

Standing in the spotlight
Ceiling to the floor
I can see you rockin'
Let me hear you roar

Turn it up
Tear it down
Hammering through, can you feel the sound?

Any day, any night
Midnight madness, dynamite

If you want it
Come and get it
Do you want it?
Come and get it

Can you feel the power?
Blinded by the light
Keep on goin' crazy
Burnin' up the night

Shouting out together
Boiling like the sun
Metal lives forever
Blazing on and on

Turn it up
Tear it down
Hammering through, can you feel the sound?

Any day, any night
Midnight madness, dynamite

If you want it
Come and get it
Do you want it?
Come and get it

Do you like it heavy?
Do you love it loud?

Do you want it?
Come and get it

If you want it
Come and get it
Do you want it?
Come and get it

Do you want it?
Come and get it

Do you want it?
Come and get it

If you want it
Come and get it
Do you want it?
Come and get it


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Come and Get It Lyrics as written by Kenneth Downing Glenn Raymond Tipton

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