"C'mon Everybody [Live At Camden Electric Ballroom, 15 August 1978]" as written by and Eddie/capehart Cochran....
Well c'mon everybody
And let's get together tonight
I got some money in my jeans
And I'm really gonna spend it right
Been a-doin' my homework all week long
now the house is empty the folks are gone
C'mon everybody
Well my baby's number one
But I'm gonna dance with three or four
And the house'll be shakin'
From my bare feet slapping the floor
When you hear that music you can't sit still
If your brother won't rock then your sister will
C'mon everybody

Well we'll really have a party but we gotta put a guard outside
If the folks come home I'm afraid they gonna have my hide
There'll be no more movies for a week or two
No more runnin' 'round with the usual crew
Who cares C'mon everybody



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"C'mon Everybody" as written by Adrian John Allen

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