"On the Rocks" as written by and G. Giuffria P. Meadows....
The sky was blue and the night was young,
We were havin' just a bit of fun.
But the I heard the front door slam,
And I knew that it was time to run.
You daddy saw me jump the front gate,
I was pullin' up my old blue jeans.
But how was I to know he was the Sheriff,
He grabbed me and it started a scene.

Chorus:
Here am I, standing alone on the rocks.
Here am I, standing alone on the rocks.

I tried joking, I tried crying,
I even asked to let me go home.
He never listened, no, he never answered,
Just handed me a toothbrush and comb.
I learned my lesson, yeah, you know I did,
I guess I'm gonna be here awhile.
I'll never see her, oh, the Sheriff's daughter,
I'm chained to a lonely rock pile.

Chorus:
Here am I, standing alone on the rocks.
Here am I, standing alone on the rocks.
Here am I, standing alone on the rocks.
Here am I, standing alone on the rocks.






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"On the Rocks" as written by G. Giuffria F. Dimino

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