"Rolling Stone" as written by and Robert Peter/chambers Williams....
Age of sixteen I was on the road
Doing things you've never seen
And I've been used
I've been confused
Trying to live the life I lead
You can't put the blame on me
I've been misunderstood
Never could get satisfied
Living how you think I should

Don't tell me what to do
And don't tell me how to spend my time
I ain't got nothing to hide
I'm free to be what I want to be
And nobody owns my mind

I've got my sunshine eyes and I've got my sunshine smile
I may be lonesome at times
I'm free to be where I want to be
And nobody owns my time

Rollin' Stone
Rollin' Stone
Rollin' Stone
Rollin' Stone

Packed my bags and I'm on my way
Don't know what I'm gonna find
I'll just take what comes today
Tomorrow leave it all behind
It's all right now don't you worry
If you feel that you've got to roam
A rolling stone can't lean on no one
They got to keep movin' on

Rollin' Stone
Rollin' Stone
Rollin' Stone
Rollin' Stone


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"Rolling Stone" as written by Dennis Emanuel Brown

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