We've come a real long way to be with you
It's not that easy doing what we do
There are those lonely times and then there´s happiness
Now it´s time we gonna do what we do best
Get it on
Get it on

There´s an electric feeling in the air
The night is young and there is lots to share
Don´t you feel the storm
I feel it raging on and on

Get it on

And now you know what we can do for you
Something has come to life between us, too
The boys are pushing hard and playing out their best
Now it´s time to let your body do the rest
Get it on

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Get It On Lyrics as written by Scott Allen Christopher Price

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    never before has led zeppelin been ripped off in so many different ways in just one song

    good lord the singer is the ultimate robert plant wanna-be

    ledzep66on July 28, 2010   Link
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    Yes, Kingdom Come ripped Zeppelin off better than anyone. So good infact, that this long time hardcore Zep collector and Zephead, loves them! The guitar riff in Get it on has a classic Zeppelin feel. Cross between Kasmir and Whole Lotta Love. Some could argue Black Dog too. However, the real gem in this track and well as others, is Lenny Wolf's vocal STYLE. Others cop a classic early 70's Robert Plant sound better, but it is Wolf's manner in which he vocalizes and draws out verses that takes Kingdom Come up a notch over others. Remember, Kingome Come came on to the scene in the late 80's. Same time Plant was signing Shaken and Stirred's well written tracks like he had a stick up his Ass. No longer did he sing in the manner he had a decade before. Kindgom Come filled a void and wrote great Zep inspired tracks! Get it on tops those tracks.

    Get it on is a simple song about what they did.. Rocked out Zep heads in concert.


    Fredzepon June 19, 2011   Link
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    vocal stylings are just too close to plant to be called anything but a rip-off. still very intense and engaging.

    lyrics are somewhat lacking. sorry to be serious, but the "get it on" experience is just more meaningful, more exhilirating, and more ultimate than what these lyrics capture.

    leechlesson January 03, 2012   Link

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