"Rock 'n' Roll Lady" 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 Leslie Oakes....
One, two! Three, Four! She likes to take Teddy on down the local jive, She's been known to set ev'ry man alive, But its so hard to get near the love look in her eyes, But once your there you never want to go. She's a rock 'n' roll lady, Bells upon her toes, She's got rings on her fingers, She can have music, Wherever she goes, Wherever she goes, Wherever she goes. For the price of a ticket at a picture show, You can hold her hand when the lights are low, But its so hard to get near the love look in her eyes, But once your there you never want to go. She's a rock 'n' roll lady, Bells upon her toes, She's got rings on her fingers, She can have music, Wherever she goes, Wherever she goes, Wherever she goes. She's a rock 'n' roll lady, Bells upon her toes, She's got rings on her fingers, She can have music, Wherever she goes, Wherever she goes, Wherever she goes.


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"Rock N Roll Lady" as written by David Frederick Bartram Al. James

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