Stop the rock (x4)
Can't stop the rock

We can't stop the rock
Stop the rock (x3)
Can't stop the rock

We can't stop the rock, can't stop the rock (x4)
We can't stop

Shake my paranoia, can't stop the rock (x4)

Shake my paranoia, my groove is grooving
Dancing like Madonna, into the grooving... (x2)

Stop the rock, can't stop the rock
We can't stop the rock, can't stop the rock (x3)
We can't stop

Come on get down and dirty baby! x4
Down and dirty baby x4

bom bom bom bom bom bom bom bom (x4)

We shake the rock like animals,
Everyday at the waterhole
(x2)

C'mon

bom bom bom bom bom bom bom bom(repeat till end in background)
Can't stop (x3)

Can't stop the rock
We can't stop the rock, can't stop the rock (x4)
We can't stop


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