"1954 Boogie Blues" as written by and Toni Tennille Daryl Frank Dragon....
I wanta hear me some boogie played like I heard in 1954
I wanta hear me some boogie played like I heard in 1954

You know the way that Fats played the boogie,
You just don't hear that anymore.

I was just a little thing when I heard it on the radio
I was just a little thing when I heard it on the radio

Jerry Lee and Little Richard--/You just don't hear that anymore
It was a rompin', stompin', finger-poppin'/Good-time music for my soul
And when the drums were talkin' and the bass went walkin',
That started it, Rock and Roll, oh!

I wanta hear me some boogie played like I heard in 1954
I wanta hear my Captain play some boogie now like I heard in 1954

You know the way my Captain plays the boogie
You just don't hear that anymore.


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"1954 Boogie Blues" as written by Toni Tennille Daryl Dragon

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