"Whiskey Rock-A Roller" as written by Ronnie Van Zant, Bill Powell and Edward C. King....
I'm headed down a highway got a suitcase by my side
Blue skies hangin' over my head I got 500 miles to ride
I'm goin' down to memphis town to play a latenight show
I hope the people are ready there 'cause the boys are all ready to go

(chorus)
Well, I'm a whiskey rock-a-roller
That's what I am
Women, whiskey and miles of travellin'
Is all I understand

I was born a travellin' man and my feets do burn the ground
I don't care for fancy music if your shoes can't shuffle around
I got a 100 women or more and there's no place I call home
The only time I'm satisfied is when I'm on the road

(chorus)
Sometimes I wonder where will we go

Lord don't take my whiskey, rock and roll
Take me down to memphis town, busdriver get me there
I got me a queenie she got longbrown curly hair
She likes to drink old grandad and her shoes do shuffle around
And everytime I see that gal
Lord she wants to take me down

(chorus)
Sometimes I wonder where will we go
Lord don't take my whiskey, rock and roll


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"Whiskey Rock*a*Roller" as written by Edward C. King Bill Powell

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