["Well, you heard of The Rockin' Pneumonia and The Boogie Woogie Flu,
I got a brand new sickness that no Dr. can cure and it's called Easy Rockin'"]

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They say I'm sick that I'm no fun
They even call it emergency
But there is nothing wrong with me - no, no, no, no, no, no, no

I got a sickness that no Dr. can cure
Don't need no medicine that's for sure
I got the heebie jeebies and honey I just want more

Dial 9 - Dial 9 - 1 1 - 1 1
They say I'm crazy, that my sense is gone

But all I got is this restless soul
And a fever called rock'n'roll - no, no, no, no, no, no, no

I got a sickness that no Dr. can cure
Don't need no medicine that's for sure
I got the heebie jeebies and honey I just want more
I got the Rockin Pneumonia, the Boogie Woogie Flu,
The Rock'n'Roll fever and the Easy Rockin' to

Easy rockin' easy easy rockin'
Easy rockin' easy easy rockin'
Easy rockin' easy easy rockin'
Easy rockin' easy easy rockin'

Dial 9 - Dial 9 - 1 1 - 1 1

Either you got the Rockin Pneumonia, the Boogie Woogie Flu...

I got a sickness that no Dr. can cure
Don't need no medicine that's for sure
I got the heebie jeebies and honey I just want more
I got the Rockin Pneumonia, the Boogie Woogie Flu,
The Rock'n'Roll fever and the Easy Rockin' to

Easy rockin' easy easy rockin'
Easy rockin' easy easy rockin'
Easy rockin' easy easy rockin'
Easy rockin' easy easy rockin'


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