Stomp and Holler
Oh little Johnny Walker caught a bullet last night Running from the guitar store He took a left down the alley, guess he should've gone right Now he ain't taken nothing no more, no more, more Every body knows it's a hard time Livin' with hate and the greed Most folks earn what they get for a livin' Others just steal what they need Down on the corner, already talkin' How they're gonna cut that take I'm out here just workin' for a dollar And all I wanna do is stomp and holler Oh, eighteen years, eighteen years That's a long-old time to be Sittin' face down, stoned in the alley Wonderin' how to get to that shining sea Everybody knows it's a hard time Livin' on the minimum wage Ah, some people just gonna sneak on through Others gotta rattle that cage One of these days, I'm gonna find my way Or else just disappear I'm out here in the filth and squalor And all I wanna do is stomp and holler Oh, rock and roll, ache and moan Listen to the young girls scream Every time I get a little bit lucky I gotta wake up from a poor man's dream Heaven only knows how we get there After all this trouble and strife From all I've seen, you only get one shot At what you're gonna do in this life Ah, what the hell, I guess I might as well Take a chance and try my way I'm like James Brown only white and taller And all I wanna do is stomp and holler
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