"Playing in a Rock and Roll Band" as written by Eric Faulkner and Duncan Faure....
I had a dream when I started out
Get out of school and buy a guitar
I had a band with a thousand names
And people said that I was star.

I gotta get up on the stage
And get myself on the hit parade.

'Cause I'm playing in a rock and roll band
And it's the only thing that I understand
Yes, I'm playing in a rock and roll band
And now I've got someone to give me a hand.

'Cause I'm playing in a rock, playing in a rock
Play in a rock and roll band.

The band rehearsed every day and night
And everything was coming on strong
Played Anaheim when the time was right
And all I had to play was this song.

And I could feel electricity
The lights so bright I could hardly see.

'Cause I'm playing in a rock and roll band
And it's the only thing that I understand
Yes, I'm playing in a rock and roll band
And now I've got someone to give me a hand.

'Cause I'm playing in a rock, playing in a rock
Play in a rock and roll band.

It started out so long ago
A kid in school into rock and roll
You couldn't get it out of your head
You heard a voice and all it said was

It's gonna be alright into the late, late night
You wanna rock and roll all night.

Playing in a rock and roll band
And it's the only thing that I understand
Yes, I'm playing in a rock and roll band
And now I've got someone to give me a hand.

'Cause I'm playing in a rock, playing in a rock
Play in a rock and roll band
Play in a rock and roll band
Play in a rock and roll band.


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"Playing in a Rock and Roll Band" as written by Tom Seufert Duncan Faure

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