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(B. B. King, J. Josea)
Producers: Chris Lord-Aldge, Tina Turner and Roger Davies
Album: What's Love got To Do With It (94)

Rock me baby, rock me all night long
I said I want you to
Rock me baby, rock me all night long
I want you to rock me like my back ain't got no bones

Roll me daddy like you roll your flour dough
Want you to
Roll me daddy like you roll your flour dough
I want you to roll me till I won't no more

When you see me coming go get your rockin' chair
When you see me coming go get your rockin' chair
I want you to rock me, rock me away from here

Rock me baby, rock me all night long
I said I want you to
Rock me baby, rock me all night long
I want you to rock me like my back ain't got no bones

Roll me daddy like you roll your flour dough
I said I want you to
Roll me daddy like you roll your flour dough
I want you to roll me till I won't no more



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