"Children Of Rock 'n' Roll" as written by and John Lodge....
You have to know
Where you're going
Before you say “Goodbye”.
You have to know
What you're asking
Before you ask “why?”.
And I think to myself
Wonderful way
My world revolves just a different way
And I think for a while
Reflecting a smile.
If changes are coming
I gotta say

You have to know
Where you're going
Before you say “Goodbye”.
You have to know
What you're asking
Before you ask “why?”.

Love
Children of rock 'n' roll
Love
Raised on rock 'n' roll.

I remember all the words of
Love that we sang out of tune,
Waving goodbye to a generation
As we danced
By the light of the moon.
I remember oh so clear
How the world
Looked from Blueberry Hill,
When you sang all the songs
On a six-string guitar
And made you a rock 'n' roll star.

You have to know
Where you're going
Before you say “Goodbye”.
You have to know
What you're asking
Before you ask “why?”.

Children of rock 'n' roll
Raised on rock 'n' roll.
We played Elysian Park
Until the night was dark,
Children of rock 'n' roll.
We travelled eight miles high,
We never saw the sky,
Children of rock 'n' roll.
We had a beautiful day
When an island gave way to the
Children of rock 'n' roll.
And in the garden of dreams
We found out what it means
To be the
Children of rock 'n' roll,
Raised on rock 'n' roll.


Lyrics submitted by Chris_Gough

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