Glenn Tipton says:
“It’s one of our biggest hits, and funnily enough, we didn’t labour over it. It wasn’t written beforehand; in fact, I clearly recall bashing that riff out one afternoon as we were getting set to record something else.
“The best songs are always the ones that just happen, and this song exemplifies it. I sat down with the guitar and had nothing, and suddenly I had something pretty amazing. It was just meant to be that day. Good thing I picked up the guitar when I did or else it might not have popped into my head and fingers.”
KK Downing says:
“The sounds of the breaking glass was another one of self-created samples. In this case, it was us crashing milk bottles against the side of Ringo’s house. We did the clean-up job pretty well, I must say.
“I love the energy of the song. It might be one of our shortest cuts. Get in, punch hard and get out, you know?”