She's got style that woman
Makes me smile that woman
She's got spunk that woman
Funk that woman
She's got speed my babe
Got what I need my babe
She's got the ability
To make a man outta me

But most important of all
Let me tell you
My lady's got balls
She's got balls
She's got balls
She's got balls

She's got soul my lady
Likes to crawl my lady
All around the floor on her hands and knees
Oh because she likes to please me

But most important of all
Ah, let me tell you
My lady's got balls
She's got balls
She's got balls
She's got balls

And she's got taste my lady
Pace my lady
Makes my heart race
With her pretty face
She's got balls my lady
Likes to crawl my lady
Hands and knees all around the floor
No one has to tell her what a fella is for

But let me tell you, oh, ooh yeah
My lady's got balls
She's got balls
She's got balls
She's got balls
She's got balls
She's got balls
My lady's got (she's got balls)
Balls (she's got balls)
She's got balls


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She's Got Balls Lyrics as written by Angus Mckinnon Young Ronald Belford Scott

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    General Comment

    Why am I the first to comment? ALL AC/DC SONGS MUST BE COMMENTED A JILLION TIMES BECAUSE AC/DC KICKS ASS! Bon Scott wrote this song for his wife - and in his own words: "I was married at the time I wrote this. My wife asked me why I didn't write a song about her. So I wrote 'She's Got Balls'. Then she divorced me."

    Well, this song has much history, no?

    TaytorToton January 31, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General Comment

    Bon Scott wrote the song and once explained it as to be "an ode to my wife".

    bazizon December 23, 2009   Link
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    My Interpretation

    This is Bon Scott at his lewd and clever best. Kicked along up by Malcolm Young's strutting, rutting rhythm guitar and the band's testosterone fuelled backing vocals, Bon describes his woman: pretty, stylish, sensual and sexually adventurous. But more than that, she's no pushover, she's her own person, she's his match, she's a force to be reckoned with.

    "No one has to tell her what a feller is for" - one of the great rock n roll lines of all time. She's wants Bon for sex just like he wants her, and the alliteration leading to the unspoken but obvious answer to what a fella is for.

    Sonofagunzelon June 07, 2017   Link
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    General Comment

    THIS IS THE BEST FUKIN SONG IN THE WORLD!!!!omg how come im the 1st to type somethin in here. u guys need to listen to this song. its when the band first started there band, one of the guys (maby angus not sure tohu) had a wife and she asked him to write a song bout her and so he did and he wrote this. afterwards she got mad and divorced him.

    metallica_fanon November 13, 2004   Link
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    General Comment

    that was bon the singer, but hes dead now

    slavemastaon March 23, 2005   Link
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    General Comment

    Yeh this is a great song... Proper ACDC! AMazing

    ACDCRockeron August 30, 2005   Link
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    General Comment

    Indeed it does. Funny backstory. Anyone else think it sounds similar to Bad Boy for love by Rose Tattoo? No point looking into too deeply though cause Bon was friends with them so even if the songs sound the same there'd be no hard feelings

    edgieon October 19, 2008   Link

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