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In a little country town one day
Little ol' country band begin to play
Had two guitars and a beat-up saxophone
When the drummer said go, them sax began to blow

Oooh-wee, oh, oh,
Ooo-la-la, let's rock'n'roll

All the people gathered round
Just to dig that rockin' rollin' sound
Suddenly the drummer rang a bell
And all them country cats began to yell

Oooh-wee, oh, oh,
Ooo-la-la, let's rock'n'roll

Ol' MacDonald did a crazy bop
Said it's time to milk my cow, I gotta stop
Just before I cooly dig it out
Here's something all you cats can rave about

Oooh-wee, oh, oh,
Ooo-la-la, let's rock'n'roll

Yeah-yeah

Hound dog chased a poor cat into town
Brought him to the dance and laid him down
Someone hollered skunk and you can bet
And all them country cats are runnin' yet

Oooh-wee, oh, oh,
Ooo-la-la, let's rock'n'roll

We're goin'

Oooh-wee, oh, oh,
Ooo-la-la, let's rock'n'roll



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