"One Inch Rock" as written by and Marc Bolan....
Met a woman she's spouting prose
She's got luggage eyes and a roman nose
Her body is slung from side to side
Need a lift she said much obliged
I'm riding piggy-back
Then I came to her shack

We go inside the place it's a mess
She said my name's the liquid poetess
She unties her mouth
And her buckskin dress
She drinks from a bottle
Labelled tenderness
I'm in one hand in the other's a can

She puts me in the can
And smiles through the wall
I got the horror's 'cause I'm one inch tall
Next thing I know's a girl by my side
Dressed in a bayleaf she's trying to hide
I asked her name she said Germaine
Do the rock do the one inch rock.

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"One Inch Rock" as written by Marc Bolan

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    General CommentRockin' acoustic song. Vocals rock from Marc Bolan.
    RiversideGuitariston July 24, 2006   Link
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    General CommentCracking good Bolan track. There are different versions of this, but my favourite is the one with the long introduction. By the time the lyric begins, you're well away and can't stop rocking. By the end of the first verse, you're deep in Marc's magical, mystical world. At the end of the track, you're completely exhausted. Great stuff !!
    laserlady7on March 14, 2008   Link

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