"C'mon Everybody" as written by and Jerry/cochran Capehart....
"C'mon Everybody"

Well c'mon everybody and let's get together tonight
I got some money in my jeans
And I'm really gonna spend it right
Well I've been doin' my homework all week long
Now to have some fifty and my folk are gone
Ooh! C'mon everybody

Oh well, my baby's number one
But I'm gonna dance with three or four
And the house will be shakin' from the bare feet
A-stampin' on the floor

Well when you here the music, you can't still
If your brother won't rock, your sister will
Ooh! C'mon everybody

Oh well, we really haven't money
But we gotta put a guard outside
If the folks come home
I'm afraid, they're gonna have my hide
There'd be no more movies for a week or two
No more runnin' 'round with the usual crew-who cares?
C'mon everybody

Lyrics submitted by black_cow_of_death

"C'mon Everybody" as written by Eddie Cochran Jerry Capehart

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    General Commentacutally, it was just sid vicious who did this song. minus the sex pistols.
    XOoviciousoOXon June 25, 2003   Link
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    General Commentyeah it was Sid only. It's like very rock'n'roll-ish song;) I like the part: I got some money in my jeans And I´m really gonna spend it right, the most. Ooh, c'mon everybody!;)
    _MissVicious_on April 10, 2004   Link
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    General Commentactually steve and paul played on this track too. I really like the way Sid sings it
    Whatsername1251on April 07, 2005   Link
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    dudienioon June 15, 2006   Link
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    General CommentSid gives (or gave) a different spin to songs than Johnny Rotten did. Johnny had that sort of biting irony in his voice, while Sid has that sort of throwback rock-and-roll sound in his voice. Love 'em both; Sid's voice was sorely under-utilized, though.
    indie10on July 08, 2008   Link

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