"Rough-Housin'" as written by Richard Donald Barnes, Donald N. Van Zant and Larry Steele....
Gettin' loose at the corner joint
That's all we had to do
I said baby, when you cross that floor
I sense trouble in the room

And we were rough housin'
Seemed the thing to do
We were rough housin'
Different points of view

Fancy free, lookin' hot and lean
Most any man's desire
I said baby, when you looked my way
You know you set my blood on fire

And we were rough housin'
On account of you
We were rough housin'
We were fightin' fools

Satisfaction guaranteed
That's the kind of man I am
I said baby, won't you pardon me
But I hope you'll understand

'Cause we'll be rough housin'
Seemed the thing to do
We'll be rough housin'
Different points of view
Yeah, we'll be rough housin'
On account of you
We'll be rough housin'
We were fightin' fools

Rough housin', rough housin'
We'll be rough housin'
Rough housin', rough housin', rough housin'
We'll be rough housin'
Rough housin', rough housin', rough housin',
We'll be rough housin'


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"Rough-Housin'" as written by Larry Steele Donald N. Van Zant

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