"I Want To Sing That Rock And Roll" as written by Gillian Howard Welch and David Todd Rawlings....
I want to sing that rock and roll.
I want to 'lectrify my soul,
'Cause everybody been making a shout
So big and loud, been drowning me out.
I want to sing that rock and roll.

I want to reach that glory land.
I want to shake my savior's hand,
And I want to sing that rock and roll.
I want to 'lectrify my soul,
'Cause everybody been making a shout
So big and loud, been drowning me out.
I want to sing that rock and roll.

I been a-traveling near and far,
But I want to lay down my old guitar,
And I want to sing that rock and roll.
I want to 'lectrify my soul,
'Cause everybody been making a shout
So big and loud, been drowning me out.
I want to sing that rock and roll.

I been a-traveling near and far,
But I want to lay down my old guitar,
And I want to sing that rock and roll.
I want to 'lectrify my soul,
'Cause everybody been making a shout
So big and loud, been drowning me out.
I want to sing that rock and roll.
I want to sing that rock and roll.


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"I Want to Sing That Rock and Roll" as written by Gillian Howard Welch David Todd Rawlings

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    General Commentyou see there was this point in time when live music was going to sort of scale down from the overblown bloated spectacle it had long been but..oh nevermind
    sdz896542on January 26, 2016   Link

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