"Break the Rock" as written by Nancy Lamoureaux Wilson, Ann Wilson and Susan Ennis....
He chose a long street corner
For your master plan
Just one bad calculation
Just to liberate your head
A little something special
A little money on the side
He tried to lose the merchandise
But that luck was running by

Too much down and dirty
Too much hanging around
Too much guilty, guilty
You gotta crush your hammer down

Break the rock
Break the rock
You never, never, never gonna stop
Never, never, never, never gonna stop
Break the rock

You placed a lion in a cage now
You're paying double dues, baby
But just a moment had made us
You're gonna pay your bloody dues

Break the rock
Break the rock
You never, never, never gonna stop
Never, never, never gonna stop
Break the rock

Crush it, crush it
Crush it, break it down

Break the rock
Break the rock
You never, never, never gonna stop
Never, never, never gonna stop
Break the rock

Break the rock
Break the rock
You never, never, never gonna stop
Never, never, never gonna stop
Break the rock

Break the rock
Break the rock
You never, never, never gonna stop
Never, never, never gonna stop
Break the rock


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