"Rollin' the Rock" as written by Mick Box, Bob Daisley, John Sinclair and Peter Goalby....
Feels so cold, so alone
An empty stage, no one home
Feels so strange, susky
No point in screaming, I won't be hurt

You're so cold, you're so cool
It's so dark in this tomb

Time has come so soon
And time takes no prisoners, except in the womb
There's no way out, no escape
This silence is deafening, I have to cry out

You're so cold, you're so cool
It's so dark in this tomb

Roll away the rock
Roll the rock away
Roll away the rock
Roll the rock away

Set me free from this grief
Am I forgiven, can I be saved?
You've been so cold for so long
This silence is deafening, was I so wrong?

You're so cold, you're so cool
It's so dark in this tomb

Roll away the rock
Roll the rock away
Roll away the rock
Roll the rock away

Roll away the rock
Take that rock rollin'

Roll the rock, rock away
Roll the rock, rock away

Roll away the rock
You gotta roll the rock away
Roll away the rock
Roll the rock away

Roll the rock, rock away
Roll the rock, rock away
Roll the rock, rock away
Roll the rock, rock away

This silence is deafening
This silence is deafening


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"Rollin' the Rock" as written by John Sinclair Bob Daisley

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