"Rock the Bop" as written by Mel Tillis and Wayne P. Walker....
Oh, well I'm old enough to kick
And old enough to rock a the bop
Oh, well I'm old enough to kick
And old enough to rock a the bop
I got on my swinging jeans and looking for a dream,
Cause I'm old enough to rock the bop

I like the sax when it starts to scream man
I'm gone and I dig the scene
The drummer in the band is a setting the beat,
And I'm setting here with a itchy feet

Well, I'm old enough to kick,
And old enough to rock the bop
Well, I'm old enough to kick
And old enough to rock the bop

I got on my rocking shoes,
And I'm rocking to the blues cause
I'm old enough to rock the bop

Little Billy cram, just caught my eye,
Duck tail flying as he bopped by
Little Willie crew cut is sitting by me,
But he's so dumb, that he can't see

Well, I'm old enough to kick,
And old enough to rock a the bop
Well, I'm old enough to kick
And old enough to rock the bop
I got on my swinging jeans and looking for a dream,
Cause I'm old enough to rock a bop


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"Rock the Bop" as written by Wayne P. Walker Mel Tillis

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