"Roll Plymouth Rock" as written by and Brian Wilson Vany Dyke Parks....
Waving from the ocean liners,
Beaded cheering Indians behind them.

Rock, rock, roll Plymouth Rock roll over
Ribbon of concrete - just see what you done
Done to the church of the American Indian!

Once upon the sandwich Isles,
The social structure steamed upon Hawaii.
Rock, rock, roll Plymouth Rock roll over.

Bicycle rider, just see what you've done
Done to the church of the American Indian!

Rock, rock, roll Plymouth Rock roll over. Mahalo lu le,
Mahalo lu la, Keeni waka pula (repeat)
Rock, rock, roll Plymouth Rock roll over. Rock, rock, roll Plymouth Rock roll over.


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"Roll Plymouth Rock" as written by Vany Dyke Parks Brian Wilson

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    General CommentAs with most of smile, it is as it should be that this track is virtually indistinguishable from the other parts of the first section.
    But I still like my original studio bootleg better.
    roleohibachion March 20, 2006   Link
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    General CommentIt's about imperialism and Manifest Destiny.
    NorthWriteron December 01, 2006   Link

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