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Etta James – That's All lyrics

Now come here baby, get ready to go
'Cause I'm in the mood to rock and roll
And that's all, I mean to tell you, that's all
All you have to do is rock and roll and that's all

We'll start to rockin', I don't like to stop
You better get ready to rock around the clock
And that's all, I mean to tell you, that's all
All you have to do is rock and roll and that's all

Don't worry about the time, I got plenty to spend
If the clock run down, we'll wind it up again
And that's all, I mean to tell you, that's all
All you have to do is rock and roll and that's all, yeah

You can learn everything they teach you in school
But if you can't rock and roll, you're not a fool
And that's all, I mean to tell you, that's all
All you have to do is rock and roll and that's all
All you have to do is rock and roll and that's all



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