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K-Earth Oldies Radio: Motown, Soul and Great Rock 'N Roll: Rock 'N Roll (Hutchinson, Hutch) · KFRC Oldies - Motown, Soul & Great Rock n' Roll: Rock n' Roll (Hutchinson, Hutch) · White Light White Heat White Trash (Social Distortion) · Great Band With Great Voices/Swing the Great Voices of the Great Bands (Johnny Mann) · WODS - FM - Motown, Soul and Rock N Roll: Rock N Roll (Hutchinson, Hutch) · WCBS FM: Motown, Soul and Rock N Roll - Rock N Roll (Hutchinson, Hutch) · Rock, Rhythm and Doo Wop, Vol. 2: More of the Great Songs from Early Rock 'n' Roll (Hutchinson, Hutch) · Great British Reggae DJ's & Singers: Roll Call 89 (Hutchinson, Hutch) · White Men Can't Jump but They Can Sing the Hell Out of Rock & Roll and Soul (Hutchinson, Hutch) · The Story of Rock 'n Roll: 30 Years of Rock 'n Roll (The Turtles) – and 90 other albums »


to feed them and to keep them it's all in the cards you hold
Yes I said I believe in magic and I believe that I was born to rock n roll

Born to rock n
to feed them and to keep them it's all in the cards you hold
Yes I said I believe in magic and I believe that I was born to rock n roll

Born to rock n
free, put your mind at ease

Call it what you want, it's alright
It's rock and roll to me
Call it what you want, it's alright
It's rock and roll
shows they tear out your soul
And when you believe they call it rock and roll
And when you believe they call it rock and roll
the docks
So roll on, Columbia, roll on

And on up the river is Grand Coulee Dam
The mightiest thing ever built by a man
To run the great factories
the docks
So roll on, Columbia, roll on

And on up the river is Grand Coulee Dam
The mightiest thing ever built by a man
To run the great factories
and roll

Well, they all try to shake it another way
But they rock, they roll just the same
They only call it by another name
And I don't care what they say
changed, it's rearranged
When I think of my past I feel so strange
Wowie, zowie, well he saved my soul
He's the rock that doesn't roll

He's the rock
rock [they called it rock] 
They call it roll [they called it roll] 
By any name [by any name]
It's still the same [it's still the same] 
It's in
Ooh, Lord we're gonna rock it all tonight. 

It's gonna be a rock and roll weekend 
Eight o'clock's when the show begins. 
Get on the phone, call up
right thru the floor

And there's a great white sign
With big black letters
That just about explains it all

If you don't like rock 'n' roll
Well,
and the sky
Take it easy
As the miles fly by
You're on the road
To rock and roll
we're gonna rock it all tonight. 
It's gonna be a rock and roll weekend 
Eight o'clock's when the show begins. 
Get on the phone, call up all your friends
Just to feed them and to keep them 
It's all in the cards you hold 
Yes I said I believe in magic 

And I believe that I was born to rock 'n roll
on rock, I got rhythm in my soul
I was born to love the beat
I was made for rock and roll

I thought it was a fad, thought that it would pass
But
to feed them and to keep them
It's all in the cards you hold
Yes I said I believe in magic

And I believe that I was born to rock 'n roll

Born
city, we built this city on rock an' roLL

It's just another Sunday, in a tired old street
Well if you got the toco, oh, then we just lost the beat

Who
the docks
So roll on, Columbia, roll on

And on up the river is Grand Coulee Dam
The mightiest thing ever built by a man
To run the great factories
day
Four horsemen coming right through
Four horsemen and they're pissing by you
They make you look like you're wearing a truss
Four horsemen and it's
on rock, I got rhythm in my soul
I was born to love the beat I was made for rock and roll

I thought it was a fad, thought that it would pass
But
the walls
You put up the walls
And hold all my calls
I'll be by the pool

Won't you please
Worship me
And won't you love
What I adore

All alone
In
to sing, it was the King
It was Elvis' Rolls Royce

Now the wood-grained bar was open
Like he was about to have a drink
A white-gloved chauffeur
Convicted of running on rock and roll time
Rock and roll time please take me away
To the whiskey and wine of some better day
If sometimes it seems I'm
were waiting for a break
They searched the hungry years
For the triumphs by the fears
Some make it to the stars
Playing rock and roll guitars
stuff they call it the rock ā€˜nā€™ roll
I need to consecrate, I need consecration
Clipped and soulful guitar riffing out the nation
The nation in my head