Mit Tennisschläger in der Hand, steht er vor dem Spiegel
Die Haare liegen voll im Trend sind stachlig wie ein Igel
So post er zu Dan Harrow, und zu Samantha Fox
Und träumt er stünde auf der Bühne, in seinen Neonklogs

Gabi sagt zu Uwe: "Uwe, lass das sein!"
Uwe sagt zu Gabi: "Nein."

Irgendwann bin ich berühmt, und jeder find' mich toll
Du wirst dann mein Groupie sein
Denn das ist Rock'n'Roll, das ist Rock'n'Roll

Eine Woche später trifft Uwe eine Fee
Sie sagt: "du hast drei Wünsche frei.",
Und Uwe sagt: "Okay."
"Punkt 1: Ich will berühmt sein,
Punkt 2: und zwar jetzt gleich,
Punkt 3: bevor es mir entfällt,
Ich wär' auch gerne reich (ich wär' auch gerne reich)."

Gabi fragt den Uwe: "Bist du jetzt ein Star?"
Uwe sagt zu Gabi: "Klar."

Jetzt bin ich die Nummer 1, und jeder find' mich toll
Du kannst jetzt mein Groupie sein
Denn das ist Rock'n'Roll, das ist Rock'n'Roll

Und Gabi sagt: "Uwe sei doch vernünftig,
Werd' doch Beamter oder Pilot
Uwe, du kannst Dich nicht aufführen,
Als wärst du erst sieben und 'n Vollidiot."

Jetzt gibt Uwe ein Konzert vor Hunderttausend Leuten,
Und hinter der Bühne wimmelt es von Bräuten
Die eine oder andere fänd Uwe ziemlich lecker
Er will sich gerade auf sie stürzen,
Doch da klingelt sein Wecker

Irgendwann bin ich berühmt,
Und jeder find' mich toll
Gabi wird mein Groupie sein
Denn das ist Rock'n'Roll, das ist Rock'n'Roll

Das ist Rock'n'Roll,
Das ist Rock'n'Roll,
Das ist Rock'n'Roll,

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