"Ain't Talkin' 'bout Love" is a song by American rock band Van Halen from their 1978 debut album, Van Halen. When Eddie Van Halen wrote the song, he did not consider it good enough to show his bandmates until a year later. He said it was supposed to be a punk rock parody, "a stupid thing to us, just two chords. It didn’t end up sounding punk, but that was the intention." The guitar solo was doubled in overdubs with an electric sitar.
This song is also one of the few David Lee Roth-era songs that onetime replacement Sammy Hagar was willing to sing in concert when he joined the band in the mid-'80s.