"Delivering The Goods" as written by and Glenn Raymond/downing Tipton....
Feeling like we're, ready to kick tonight
No hesitating, my bodies aching
Looking for some action, satisfaction all right
Charging, vein faced, as active as one-hundred solid proof
Megaton, Leviathan, we're ready to hit the roof

You better watch out and hold on tight
We're heading your way like dynamite
Uh, Delivering the goods
Uh, Delivering the goods

Shake down, rock 'em boys, crack that whip strap mean
Pulse rate, air waves, battle lies in every place we've been
Stealing your hearts all across the land
Hot blood doing good, we're going to load you with our brand

You better watch out and hold on tight
We're heading your way like dynamite
Uh, Delivering the goods
Yeah, Delivering the goods

Have it your way
Stealing your hearts

Well we don't pull no punches, we aim where the crunch is
Bound to do most damage to your brain
If you're looking for it mellow
you're nothing more than yellow
Gonna do it again and again
We'll beat you to submission
So you might as well surrender
You gotta learn your lesson
'Cause there ain't nobody here to defend your heart

Faster, higher
'Til it seems that we're gonna break
Oh shootin' further, giving more than you're ever gonna take
Leaving your heads
Crushed out on the floor
Begging for mercy
Be careful or we'll do it some more

You better watch out and hold on tight
We're heading your way like dynamite
Uh, Delivering the goods
Uh, Delivering the goods


Lyrics submitted by gothic_hobbit, edited by RushAss

"Delivering the Goods" as written by Kenneth Downing Glenn Raymond Tipton

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Round Hill Music Big Loud Songs

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    My OpinionWhat? No comments? I'd say this is some damn good vintage metal from the late 70's. I really like the crash of the high hat in the beginning with the guitar solo. Mr. Rob Halford is a metal god. Metal forever. \m/
    Engel97on June 01, 2014   Link

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