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Goin' Down Rockin'
by Waylon Jennings



GOIN' DOWN ROCKIN'
WRITERS TONY JOE WHITE, LEANN WHITE

One foot on the mountain, the other one in the stream All kinds of trouble and I'm caught in between I can't change my way of doin'; it's gonna lay like it falls If I can't go down rockin', I ain't gonna go down at all She was a child of acquired money, had that silver spoon I knew she had a little wild streak and needed breathing room If I can't be your sugar daddy, I won't be your Neanderthal If I can't go down rockin', I ain't gonna go down at all CHORUS: Spent a little time in the congregation, that's how I was raised Spent a little time in trouble, but I do have my ways Won't be your Neanderthal. Tonight I had good intentions of crawling into bed Resting my body and clearing my head But, just about midnight, I got that telephone call If I can't go down rockin', I ain't gonna go down at all CHORUS: Spent a little time in the congregation, that's how I was raised Spent a little time in trouble, but I do have my ways If I can't go down rockin', I ain't gonna go down at all If I can't go down rockin', I ain't gonna go down at
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