"Rock 'n' Roll" as written by and Lou / Reed....
Jennie said when she was just five years old
You know there was nothin' happenin' at all
Every time she put on her radio
There was nothing going down at all, not at all.

Then one fine morning she put on a New York station
And she didn't believe what she heard at all
She started dancing to that fine fine fine fine music
Oh her life was saved by rock and roll
Hey baby rock'n'roll
Despite all the amputation you know you could dance to a rock and roll station
It was all right, it was all right.

Jennie said when she was just 'bout five years old
You know her parents are gonna be the death of us all
She started shakin' to that Cadillac cars
Well you know, ain't gonna help me at all, not at all
One time she heard a New York station
She couldn't believe what she heard at all, not at all
Despite all the amputation you know you could dance to a rock and roll station
It was all right, it was all right.

Jennie said when she was just five years old
You know there was nothin' happenin' at all
Every time I put on the radio
There was nothing going down at all, not at all.
Then one fine morning she put on the New York station
And she don't believe what she heard at all
She started dancin' to that fine fine music
Oh her life was saved by rock and roll
Rock'n'roll
Despite all the amputation you know you could dance to a rock and roll station

All right, all right, all right, all right, all right ...


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

Rock 'n' Roll song meanings
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