"Born to Rock & Roll" as written by and Roger Mc Guinn....
Some people born in old Kentucky
They think they're living in a tunnel mine of coal
Other people born not quite so lucky
Giving everything by selling out their soul

I know that everybody's born for something
Just to feed them and keep them from the cold
Sometimes you get to do the things your meant to
And I know that I was born to rock n roll

Born to rock n roll satisfy your soul gonna rock n roll satisfy your soul
Gonna rock n roll satisfy your soul gonna rock n roll satisfy your soul
Gonna rock n roll satisfy your soul

Always wanted to be a fireman just to steer the hook and ladder from behind
Then I thought I'd be a great inventor
But I found it might be too hard on my mind

I know that everybody's born for something
Just to feed them and to keep them it's all in the cards you hold
Yes I said I believe in magic and I believe that I was born to rock n roll

Born to rock n roll satisfy your soul gonna rock n roll satisfy your soul
Gonna rock n roll satisfy your soul gonna rock n roll satisfy your soul
Gonna rock n roll satisfy your soul


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"Born to Rock & Roll" as written by Roger Mc Guinn

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