AC/DC's Thunderstruck is a rock song released in 1990. It was written by Angus Young and Malcolm Young, and produced by Bruce Fairbairn. The song became a huge commercial success and is considered one of AC/DC's signature tracks. The main riff of the song, played on guitar, has become instantly recognizable and is often cited as one of the best guitar riffs in rock music history.
The Razors Edge
Thunderstruck is a song by AC/DC.
1. It was released as the first track on their 1990 album "The Razors Edge".
2. The song was inspired by a near-death experience guitarist Angus Young had during a thunderstorm.
3. "Thunderstruck" features a signature guitar riff that is revered in the world of rock music.
Thunder, thunder, thunder, thunderThunder, thunder, thunder, thunderThunder, thunder
I was caughtIn the middle of a railroad track (thunder)I looked 'roundAnd I knew there was no turning back (thunder)My mind racedAnd I thought, what could I do? (Thunder)And I knewThere was no help, no help from you (thunder)Sound of the drumsBeating in my heartThe thunder of gunsTore me apartYou've beenThunderstruck
Rode down the highwayBroke the limit, we hit the townWent through to Texas, yeah, Texas, and we had some funWe met some girlsSome dancers who gave a good timeBroke all the rulesPlayed all the foolsYeah, yeah, they, they, they blew our mindsAnd I was shaking at the kneesCould I come again, please?Yeah, them ladies were too kindYou've beenThunderstruck, thunderstruckYeah, yeah, yeah, thunderstruckOoh, thunderstruck, yeah
I was shaking at the kneesCould I come again, please? Oh
Thunderstruck, thunderstruckYeah, yeah, yeah, thunderstruck, thunderstruckYeah, yeah, yeah, said, yeah, it's alright, we're doin' fineYeah, it's alright, we're doin' fine, fine, fineThunderstruck, yeah, yeah, yeahThunderstruck, thunderstruckThunderstruck, whoa, baby, babyThunderstruck, you've been thunderstruckThunderstruck, thunderstruckThunderstruck, you've been thunderstruck
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