"Give Me All Your Love" is a song by the English hard rock/heavy metal band Whitesnake. The song is taken from the group's 1987 multi-platinum self-titled album. Being the fifth single released from the album, the track reached number 48 on the US Top 100 charts, number 22 on the Mainstream Rock Charts and number 18 in the UK charts.
The single was originally written by singer David Coverdale and guitarist John Sykes, and has been a mainstay in Whitesnake's set-list even to this day, even after Sykes' departure from the band.
A music video was also made for the song, and is the lowest budget out of all the music videos for 1987's Whitesnake. The music video starts with the band flying to the venue and arriving backstage. The rest of the video features the band performing the song on a concert stage. The music video differs greatly from the others for Whitesnake, as it doesn't feature David Coverdale's then-girlfriend Tawny Kitaen.
The song's 1988 single release featured a new guitar solo which had been recorded by the band's newest member, Vivian Campbell, known as "Give Me All Your Love ('88 Mix)" (this is the version that is heard in the music video).