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see James Dean tell him I said hello
Janis sang here Jimmy did too
They're saving a place there for me and you
There's gonna be a rock and roll
to town you've been turned down but it's just a question of taste

Don't think you're too good for country music just because you can rock and roll
clicking

Our dreams are where we're at
Where we can see and touch
With work we understand
But we don't want for much

Country day
A day in
started this damn country band

Been living on faithless street all by myself
Work your whole life for someone else

Trying to find sanction, christ
'Cause I got so much country in my soul
But I'm a different man for lovin' you
And I take a shot at what you ask me to

And baby I will rock and roll with
started this damn country band
Been living on Faithless Street
All by myself
Work your whole life for someone else
Trying to find sanction
Christ above man
'Cause I got so much country in my soul
But I'm a different man for lovin' you
And I take a shot at what you ask me to

And baby I will rock and roll with
give it a whirl
We're gonna rock this country
Right out of this world
Ah oo na na na

From Utah to Texas, Minnesota, Mississippi too
Or Nevada, no matter
He was the captain of a team in forty two
A favorite of the fans and the ladies too
I still love those stories about the rock

He fought for his
to play it too darn fast
And change the beauty of the melody
Until it sounds just like a symphony
That's why I go for that rock 'n' roll music
Any old
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
gotta be rock - roll music
If you wanna dance with me
If you wanna dance with me

I have no kick against modern jazz
Unless they try to play it too
meant to
And I know that I was born to rock n roll

Born to rock n roll satisfy your soul gonna rock n roll satisfy your soul
Gonna rock n roll
meant to
And I know that I was born to rock n roll

Born to rock n roll satisfy your soul gonna rock n roll satisfy your soul
Gonna rock n roll
and violent for this joke of a system,
But yet they air violent shows about death, rape and fighting too.

'Cause it's a rock 'n roll revolution.
Rock
as they come
In my kind of country, yeah, that's my kind of country

We got Johnny Cash, Back in Black, Southern rock 'n' roll
.38, Skynyrd, turn up
gotta be rock - roll music
If you wanna dance with me
If you wanna dance with me

I have no kick against modern jazz
Unless they try to play it too
on my own
If you don't like the way I'm livin'
Just leave this long haired country boy alone

Preacher man talking on T.V.
Puttin' down the rock
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
on my own
If you don't like the way I'm livin'
Just leave this long haired country boy alone

Preacher man talking on T.V.
Puttin' down the rock
And meet at the tennis club do's
For drinks on a Sunday, work on Monday
They've thrown away their blue suede shoes

Now they're too old to rock 'n' roll
a rockin' band
Man they were goin' like a hurricane
That's why I go for that rock'n'roll music
Any old way you choose it
It's got a backbeat, you can't
and meant we could blow this gig 
"But the rock's too small, " he said, "can't you see?" 
I said, "It's just perfect for her, it's perfect for me." 

Rock
against my grain
And I'm plowin' down a row of no return

There's just too much rock in this country
Too many lessons to learn
'Til that harvest moon
in your soul

That's damn rock and roll
That's damn rock and roll

It's a rock through a window
It's a ride in the street
It's a rebel revolution
It's