"The House Is Rockin'" as written by and D. Bramhall S.r. Vaughan....
Well the house is a rockin' don't bother knockin'
Yeah the house is a rockin' don't bother knockin'
Yeah the house is a rockin' don't bother come on in

Kick off your shoes start losin' the blues
This old house ain't got nothin' to lose
Seen it all for years start spreadin' the news
We got room on the floor come on baby shake sumpin' loose

Well the house is a rockin' don't bother knockin'
Yeah the house is a rockin' don't bother knockin'
Yeah the house is a rockin' don't bother come on in

Well the house is a rockin' don't bother knockin'
Yeah the house is a rockin' don't bother knockin'
Yeah the house is a rockin' don't bother come on in

Walkin' up the street you can hear the sound
Of some bad honky tonkers really layin' it down
They've seen it all for years and got nothin' to lose
So get down on the floor shimmy 'til you shake sumpin' loose

Well the house is a rockin' don't bother knockin'
Yeah the house is a rockin' don't bother knockin'
Yeah the house is a rockin' don't bother come on in

I said the house is a rockin' don't bother come on in


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"The House Is Rockin'" as written by S.r. Vaughan D. Bramhall

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    General CommentIn terms of meaning, the song is clear as day. Throwing one hell of a party and damn the consequences. Musically this has got to be one of the most accessible and immediately catchy songs in SRV's catalog.
    MoogleDron December 26, 2009   Link

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