"I Don't Like Rock 'n' Roll No More" as written by Malcolm James Allured, David Frederick Bartram, Romeo Alexander Challenger, Roderick Sinclair Deas, James Lewis Russell Field, William George Gask, Al. James and Trevor...
Standing on a bridge a midnight,
Looking at the stars and wondering,
How I ever made it through this crazy world of rock 'n' roll.
Cast my mind back to the days,
Nights when I was tired and lonely,
Girls would take me, make me, break me,
In so many different ways.

I don't like rock 'n' roll no more,
I don't like rock 'n' roll no more,
I don't like rock 'n' roll,
But it's in my heart and in my soul,
I don't like rock 'n' roll no more.

I made it in the early sixties,
Though my mind was mixed up, to the point of no return,
A star of stage and screen and radio,
Standing on a bridge at midnight,
Looking at the stars and knowing,
That I really made it through this crazy world of rock 'n' roll.

I don't like rock 'n' roll no more,
I don't like rock 'n' roll no more,
I don't like rock 'n' roll,
But it's in my heart and in my soul,
I don't like rock 'n' roll no more.

Standing on a bridge at midnight,
Looking at the stars and knowing,
That I really made it through this crazy world of rock 'n' roll.

I don't like rock 'n' roll no more,
I don't like rock 'n' roll no more,
I don't like rock 'n' roll,
But it's in my heart and in my soul,
I don't like rock 'n' roll no more.
(Repeat to fade)


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