"Get Your Hands off My Woman" is a song by the Englishrock bandThe Darkness. The song was released in February 2003 as the lead single from the group's debut studio album, Permission to Land. Although the single went on to win a Metal Hammer "Golden God" award for best single, it has become the band's lowest charting single worldwide. Credited to all four members of the group, the song supposedly reflected personal experiences of lead vocalist Justin Hawkins. "Get Your Hands off My Woman" became a sing-along favourite at concerts by The Darkness, in part due to its parodicobscenity. The song was covered by Ben Folds on his 2004 EP Super D.