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Turn it up, it's my song
I can't sing but I'll sing along
I can feel it in my bones
A little rock, a little roll

Take it fast, take it slow
Let me tell you something
That you don't know

Well the bars are all closed
We got no place to go
But we're all a little drunk and
We wanna hear some rock and roll

Chorus:
Is anybody listening, no
Where did that old feeling go?
Don't stop listening to rock and roll

Another round to the sound that mold your music
But we wanna say we got it
So we might as well use it

I asked Katie to dance and I almost blew it
I only kissed her on the mouth
Cause you told me to do it

(Chorus) x2



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    UnregisteredApr 13, 2012 at 2:33 pm
    I had to laugh because the incorrect lyrics that were corrected above are what this song is about!!! The kids today don't listen to the "older" rock and roll music, and the new music just doesn't have the same sound to it.
    Kids who are trying to figure out lyrics today probably have never even heard the term 'mojo music" or haven't heard of muddy waters, so they would never even understand that verse to be able to put words to it!!!
    Don't stop listening to rock and roll!

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