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David Bowie – Footstompin’ lyrics

Everybody young and old
Learns how to rock 'n roll
Listen to something new
Everybody sure can do
Footstompin', footstompin', footstompin', footstompin'
(footstompin', footstompin', footstompin')
Footstompin' all of the time
Even just the other day
Taught it to my sister may
Red haired mr blue sure can do that stomping too
Footstompin', footstompin', footstompin', footstompin'
(footstompin', footstompin', footstompin')
Footstompin' all of the time
Hey turn
Wish I could shimmy like my sister kate
Well she can shimmy like a jelly on a plate
All the girls are I can't do it
I can do it yeah ha
Oooh
Everybody in the neighbourhood
Knows I can shimmy, shimmy good
I won't be an angel so I ought to be
East going west, I go the west
Meet me at the dance hall
We're going to have a ball
Show cure all you want
Forlorn
Reborn
Footstompin', footstompin', footstompin', footstompin'
(footstompin', footstompin', footstompin')
Footstompin' all of the time
Footstompin' all of the time



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