Whatever happened to saturday night
When you dressed up sharp and you felt alright
It don't seem the same since cosmic light
Came into my life
I thought I was divine

I used to go for a ride with a chick who'd go
And listen to the music on my radio
A saxophone was blowing on a rock'n'roll show
You'd climb in the backseat
You'd really have a good time...

Hot patootie (bless my soul)
I really love that rock'n'roll
Hot patootie (bless my soul)
I really love that rock'n'roll
Hot patootie (bless my soul)
I really love that rock'n'roll
Hot patootie (bless my soul)
I really love that rock'n'roll

My head used to swim from the perfume I smelt
My hands kind of fumbled with her white plastic belt
I tasted baby-pink lipstick and that's when I'd melt
She'd whisper in my ear
Tonight she really was mine

Get back in front put some hair oil on
Buddy Holly was singing his very last song
With your arms around your girl you'd try to sing along
You felt pretty good, whoo
You really had a good time

Hot patootie (bless my soul)
I really love that rock'n'roll
Hot patootie (bless my soul)
I really love that rock'n'roll
Hot patootie (bless my soul)
I really love that rock'n'roll
Hot patootie (bless my soul)
I really love that rock'n'roll

Hot patootie
I really love that rock'n'roll
Hot patootie
I really love that rock'n'roll
Hot patootie
I really love that rock'n'roll
Hot patootie
I really love that rock'n'roll


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