"See Rock City" as written by Mark Daniel Sanders, John Charles Jarrard and Bob Di Piero....
Baby, I'm beginning to understand
We've been stationary objects on a spinning planet
Gettin' set in our ways, taking time for granted
We best get gone 'fore it's too late
Scratch this itch for the interstate

Let's bon voyage on a big adventure
'Fore we're rockin' in our rockers and chewin' with dentures
We've done lost Elvis and Conway Twitty
Don't you think it's time to see rock city?
Yeah, rock city, yeah, see rock city, yeah, rock city, yeah

We can stop and go to church with your sweet Aunt Ima
Have supper at the Chattanooga Choo-Choo Diner
We'll be talkin' 'bout this trip, when we're 2 old timers
Got some sights to see and we're gonna see 'em
Got a real bad case of Carpe' Diem

Let's bon voyage on a big adventure
'Fore we're rockin' in our rockers and chewin' with dentures
We've done lost Elvis and Conway Twitty
Don't you think it's time to see rock city?
Yeah, rock city, yeah, see rock city, yeah, rock city, yeah

Yeah, rock city
Yeah, see rock city
Yeah, rock city, yeah

Let's bon voyage on a big adventure
'Fore we're rockin' in our rockers and chewin' with dentures
We've done lost Elvis and Conway Twitty
Don't you think it's time to see rock city?
Yeah, rock city, yeah, see rock city, yeah, rock city, yeah


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"See Rock City" as written by John Charles Jarrard Mark Daniel Sanders

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