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Born To Rock'n'roll lyrics

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Cliff Richard – Born To Rock'n'roll lyrics

If music be the food of love then play on
Lend me your ears as I lay down this song
You're touched by the feeling-it's hard to control
Let me tell you people
I was born to rock'n'roll

Some people want to fight- some people want to fly
Others live for pleasure-even do or die
Some are born to power-try to save a soul
Let me tell you people
I was born to rock'n'roll

It may sound a little absurd
But I was born to spread the word
Got the music in my soul
I was born to rock'n'roll

Some people are born to money
Privileged all their days
Never had a problem-never had to pay
But I don't have a doubt about the feeling in my soul
Let me tell you people
I was born to rock'n'roll

It may sound a little absurd
But I was born to spread the word
Got the music in my soul
I was born to rock'n'roll

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It may sound a little absurd
But I was born to spread the word
Got the music in my soul
I was born to rock'n'roll

It may sound a little absurd
But I was born to spread the word
Got the music in my soul
I was born to rock'n'roll

Born to rock'n'roll
I was born to rock'n'roll



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