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We did some rock and roll up in texas
And the folks from the coast towns said
You better watch yourself up in texas
Or you, you might just end up dead, boy
But the people I found
Grooving to the sound
Of rock and roll music in the air
We all had a ball
With no hassles at all
Pretty soon I'm gonna go back there

I'm singing
Rock and roll music to the world
Rock and roll music to the world
Ain't no relation
To the united nations
Keep rock and rolling to the world
Give peace a chance
Get up and dance


When I sing
Rock and roll music to the world
I'm gonna scream
I'm gonna shout
Get my emotions
And work them all right out


I wanna live
Just like I give
No need to fight
Wait for tonight
When I sing
Rock and roll music to the world


Rock and roll music to the world
Rock and roll music to the world
Ain't got no calling
Except for balling
Rock and roll music to the world
Don't need no boost
Just turn me loose
And I sing
Rock and roll music to the world
I tell the truth
I ain't no star
I only shout
And leave the rest to my guitar


Rock and roll music to the world
Rock and roll music to the world
Ain't no relation
To the united nations
Keep rock and rolling to the world
Don't need no boost
Just turn me loose
And I sing
Rock and roll music to the world



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