"Rock My Baby" as written by and Curtis Blaine Wright Phil Whitley....
After work me and the boys
Go down to Killey's and we make some noise
Feed that old jukebox and play some air guitar
Well, and there's nothin wrong with shootin' pool
and having some fun and acting a fool
but this time I won't be going where they are
'Cause

(Chorus)
I'm going home and rock my baby
Just thinkin' bout her is making me crazy
all day long i've been dreamin' of holding her tight
Yeah, it's gonna be a sweet surrender
Candlelight and love me tender
I'm going home and rock my baby tonight

The girl sure has been working hard
I think she's ready for some R & R
Something to take her mind off everything
Champagne and a box of candy
A box of roses might come in handy
To help loosen up those apron strings
'Cause

(Chorus)
I'm going home and rock my baby
Just thinkin' bout her is making me crazy
all day long I've been dreamin' of holding her tight
Yeah, it's gonna be a sweet surrender
Candlelight and love me tender
I'm going home and rock my baby tonight

If the roses and the candy do the trick
Tommorow I may have to call in sick
'Cause

(Chorus)
I'm going home and rock my baby
Just thinkin' bout her is making me crazy
all day long I've been dreamin' of holding her tight
Yeah, it's gonna be a sweet surrender
Candlelight and love me tender
I'm going home and rock my baby tonight

Yeah, I'm going home and rock my baby tonight


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"Rock My Baby" as written by Phil Whitley Curtis Blaine Wright

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