"Foot Stomp Stompin'" as written by and Steve/richmond Ripley....
Somebody said that Eddy called the local police
I saw the panic in your face saw you get down on your knees
Saw your lips movin' didn't know what you were sayin'
Didn't know if you were beggin' didn't know if you were prayin'
Heard the crowd start to rumble heard the bells start to ring
Saw the sky open up heard the fat lady sing

We're goin' foot stomp stompin' we're goin' foot stomp stompin'
When the spirit starts movin' gets you out of your seat
Get the whole dang crowd start stompin' their feet

The Salvation Army band marched in single file
I thought you just might lose it though I thought I saw a smile
Couldn't tell if you were jokin' couldn't get the story straight
Did a dance we like to call the new age bop hallucinate
Played an old Buck Owens record never ever seen it fail
Got the hungrys for your love tiger by the tail

We're goin' foot stomp stompin'

You know I love you baby don't know why you act so strange
Somebody said that Eddy said you got to make a change
Don't know why you be so mean don't know why you be so crude
You know I love you baby love to see you in the mood
Love to see you work the crowd love to see you take a chance
Love to see you shake it love to see you dance

The music's gettin' loud the joint's completely packed
The band is in the groove got the boogie woogie stacked
Eddy's got the mic-screams I wanna take you higher
Drinkin' double boiler makers gone completely haywire
You you you you make me stutter BB baby baby please
Half dressed quotin' scripture singin' Bringing In The Sheaves

We're goin' foot stomp stompin'
We're goin' foot stomp stompin'


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"Foot Stomp Stompin'" as written by Leon Russell Jamie Oldaker

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