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Bill Haley & His Comets – See You Later Alligator lyrics

Get out from that kitchen
And rattle those pots and pans,
Get out from that kitchen
And rattle those pots and pans.
Well, roll my breakfast,
'cause I'm a hungry man.
I said Shake rattle and roll,
I said Shake rattle and roll,
I said Shake rattle and roll,
I said Shake rattle and roll;
You never do nothin'
To save your doggone soul.
Wearin' those dresses,
Your hair done up so right
Wearin' those dresses,
Your hair done up so right;
You look so warm,
But your heart is cold as ice.
I said Shake rattle and roll ........
I'm like a one-eyed cat,
Peepin' in a sea-food store,
I'm like a one-eyed cat,
Peepin' in a sea-food store;
I can look at you,
Till you don't love me no more
I believe you're doin' me wrong
and now I know,
I believe you're doin' me wrong
And now I know;
The more I work,
The faster my money goes.
I said Shake rattle and roll .......



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