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(leiber, stoller)The warden threw a party in the county jailThe prison band was there, and they began to wailThe band began to-jumping, they began to swingYou should have heard the knock down jailbird singLet’s rock, everybody let’s rockOh everybody in the whole cell blockWas dancing to the jailhouse rockNumber forty-seven said to number threeYou’re the cutest jailbird I ever did seeI sure would be delighted with your companySo come and do the jailhouse rock with meLet’s rock, everybody let’s rockOh everybody in the whole cell blockWas dancing to the jailhouse rock, yeah!Spider murphy played on the tenor saxophoneLittle joe was blowin’ on a slide tromboneDrummer boy from illinois was crash-a-bam boomin’The whole rhythm section was the purple gangLet’s rock, everybody let’s rockEverybody in the whole cell blockWas dancing to the jailhouse rockListenDancing to the jailhouse rockDancing to the jailhouse rockDancing to the jailhouse rockDancing to the jailhouse rockEverybody in the whole cell blockWas dancing to the jailhouse rock, yeah!Everybody in the whole cell blockDancing to the jailhouse rockC’monDancing to the jailhouse rockDancing to the jailhouse rockDancing to the jailhouse rockDancing to the jailhouse rockEverybody in the whole cell blockWas dancing to the jailhouse ...



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