"I Dig Rock and Roll Music" as written by James Mason, Noel Paul Stookey and Dave Dixon....
I dig Rock and Roll music and I love to get the chance to play. (and
sing it)
I figure it's about the happiest sound goin' down today.
The message may not move me or mean a great deal to me,
But hey! it feels so groovy to say:

I dig the Mamas and the Papas at "The Trip," Sunset Strip in L.A.
And they got a good thing goin' when the words don't get in the way.
And when they're really wailing, Michelle and Cass are sailin'.
Hey! they really nail me to the wall.

I dig Donovan in a dream-like, tripped out way
His crystal images tell you 'bout a brighter day
And when the Beatles tell you
They've got a word "love" to sell you
They mean exactly what they say

I dig Rock and Roll music I could really get it on in that scene.
I think I could say somethin' if you know what I mean
But if I really say it, the radio won't play it
Unless I lay it between the lines!


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"I Dig Rock and Roll Music" as written by James Mason Dave Dixon

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