Living After Midnight

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"Living After Midnight" is a song by British heavy metal band Judas Priest. It was originally featured on their 1980 album British Steel, which was their first gold album in the United States selling more than 500,000 copies (and eventually went platinum for selling at least 1 million). The song speaks to the hedonistic, rebellious spirit of the late 1970s and early 1980s, and is among the band's most popular songs. The song title came about when Glenn Tipton awakened Rob Halford with his loud guitar playing at 4 AM, during the band's stay at Tittenhurst Park to record British Steel. Halford commented to Tipton that he was "really living after midnight", and Tipton replied that Halford's comment was a great title for the song he was working on. On live performances, the line, "I took the city 'bout one a.m.", is sometimes changed to the particular city or venue the band is performing. For example, on the DVD Rising in the East, lead vocalist Rob Halford sings, "I took the Budokan 'bout one a.m.", in reference to the stadium in Tokyo, Japan, that hosted the concert. On the Westwood One recordings from the 1983 US Festival Halford recites, "I took some acid about 1 a.m ..." 


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2011
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Living after midnight
Rockin' to the dawn
Lovin' 'til the morning then I'm gone
I'm gone

I took the city bout one A.M
Loaded, loaded
I'm all geared up to score again
Loaded, loaded
I come alive in the neon light
That's when I make my moves right

Living after midnight
Rockin' to the dawn
Lovin' til the morning, then I'm gone
I'm gone

Got gleaming chrome, reflecting steel
Loaded, loaded
Ready to take on every deal
Loaded, loaded
My pulse is racing, I'm hot to take
This motor's revved up, fit to break

Living after midnight
Rockin' to the dawn
Lovin' til the morning, then I'm gone
I'm gone

I'm aiming for ya
I'm gonna floor ya
Her body's coming
All night long

The air's electric, sparking power
Loaded, loaded
She’s getting hotter by the hour
Loaded, loaded
I set my sights and then home in
The joint starts flying when I begin

Living after midnight
Rockin' to the dawn
Lovin' til the morning, then I'm gone
I'm gone

Living after midnight
Rockin' to the dawn
Lovin' til the morning, then I'm gone
I'm gone

Then I'm gone
Then I'm gone

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Disturbed

Disturbed is an American rock band from Chicago, Illinois. The band formed in 1996 when musicians Dan Donegan, Steve "Fuzz" Kmak, and Mike Wengren hired David Draiman as their singer. Since the band's formation, they have sold over 13 million albums worldwide, making them one of the largest grossing metal/rock bands in recent years. The band has released five studio albums, four of which have consecutively debuted at number-one on the Billboard 200. The band went into an indefinite hiatus in October 2011. more »

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Written by: Glenn Raymond Tipton, Kenneth Downing, Robert Halford

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