I wanna buy a second hand suit, and show up at your door
We'll dance by the light of the moon til the morning comes
Well I don't know how to feel, our wires are all crossed
Still every sense in my soul seems to tell me you're the one

Call you back and say, rock and roll never changes
But I left your number on the floor
In the back of a beat up cab
Wishing, I had the guts to face my fears
When did all the good time girls go home

I saw an old friend at the morning stand she said
I worry about you she's got another man
Most things this perfect will fade in time
And if this falls to pieces, and my happiness decreases
Would I be able to get you off my mind?

Call you back and say, rock and roll never changes
But I left your number on the floor
In the back of a beat up cab
Wishing, I had the guts to face my fears
When did all the good time girls go home

You said some things will never change so why did you
Standing on the sidelines but make your move
I won't get in the way, just tell me where to stay

Call you back and say, rock and roll never changes
But I left your number on the floor
In the back of a beat up cab
Wishing, I had the guts to face my fears
When did all the good time girls go home

Call you back and say, rock and roll never changes
But I left your number on the floor
In the back of a beat up cab
Wishing, I had the guts to face my fears
When did all the good time girls go home


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Rock and Roll Never Changes song meanings
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