"Earth Rocker" as written by and Richard Timothy Sult Jean-paul Gaster....
What's this about limits?
Sorry, I don't know none.
What's this about some DB limit?
Sorry, I can't hear none.

You can take a little cruise down the river of booze,
Act all poor and defeated.
Shout to the mountain some boo-hoo blues,
But I'll stand here and repeat it

I'm an earth rocker!
Everybody hear me now.
I'm an earth rocker!
Everybody get the message?

If you're gonna do it, do it live on stage
Or don't do it at all.
If you're gonna do it, you better take it to the stage,
Or don't do it at all.

I will suffer no evil.
My guitar will guide me through.
I will suffer no evil,
And this time, I want to hear it from you.

I'm an earth rocker!
Everybody hear me now.
I'm an earth rocker!
Everybody get the message?

Break it down,
To brass tacks.
Break it down,
To just the facts.

I don't need your sticky laminate,
I don't need your VIP.
I don't need your validation,
'Cause I wear mine on my sleeve.

So don't look to me for answers,
'Cause I don't got-a-one.
I just came to have a good time.
And I'm gonna have one.

Yes, I've lost many battles,
And even more days.
But if I had to do it over,
I'd do it just the same.

'Cause I'm an earth rocker!
Everybody hear me now.
I'm an earth rocker!
Everybody get the message?

I'm an earth rocker!
Understand?
I'm an earth rocker!
Everybody get the message?


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"Earth Rocker" as written by Jean-paul Gaster Dan Maines

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    My InterpretationDon't be a pretender or talk yourself up, instead put yourself out there and show us!!

    In the essence of the song it is about the rock music scene. Get out there and rock, don't talk the talk but walk the walk!!

    A great rocking song, they definitely bring it for this song
    sokornyon July 26, 2016   Link

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