Tom had a job in a town outside the city
Was working very hard
Life was looking very pretty
Nothing going wrong with the Rockabilly song
that the radio was playing

But then came around the rock 'n ' roll beginning
Tom left the town and got into the singin'
Nothing was the same since he read a book
saying "Wheels are freedom" nowadays

Rock 'n' roll stole my soul
Rockin' down the river like a rolling stone
Rock 'n' roll stole my soul
Rockin' down the river like a rolling stone

Tom had a band and made a good 'a' livin'
Toured all the land, his dreams had been fulfillin'
Was bringing in some cash, but spent it all on hash
That's when his life began to bend

Times were looking bad, he was lying' in a clinic
He lost all he had, the world was looking cynic
His innocence was gone, but it didn't take him long
Now he's singin' on the street, the song of his defeat
Oh yeah

Rock 'n' roll stole...

Beans, beans, the musical fruit
The more you eat, the more you toot
the more you toot, the better you feel
So let's have beans for every meal

Beans, beans...

Rock 'n' roll stole...

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Rock'n'roll Stole My Soul song meanings
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