Oh Carol, don't let him
Steal your heart away
Well, I've got to learn to dance
If it takes me all night and day
Well, come into my machine
So we can move on out
I know a jumping little joint
Where we can jump and shout
It's not too far back on the highway
Not too long a ride
You take your car along
And you park it outside
A little cutie takes your hat
And you can thank her, ma'am
Because every time you're going to drive
You find the joint is jammed
Oh Carol, don't let him
Steal your heart away
Well, I've got to learn to dance
If it takes me all night and day, aw
Well, if you want to hear some music
Like the boys all play
Hold tight, tap your foot
Don't let it carry you away
Don't let the heat overcome you
Because they play so loud
While the music will treat you
When they get a crowd
Well, you can dance
I know you will, you thought
I got my eyes on you baby
Because you dance so good
Don't let him
Steal your heart away
I've got to learn to dance
If it takes me all night and day
Well, I've got to learn to dance
If it takes you all night and day



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Carol (Chuck Berry cover) song meanings
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    General Commenthey carol..check this out!..i've gotta learn to dance eh?..
    i love u so much..don't let anyone steal ur heart away from me,plz?..promise i won't tickle u!..hehe..love u!
    dariofooon July 01, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThis is a Chuck Berry track dating from the Live BBC Sessions of 94.
    Bobo192on March 04, 2003   Link
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    General CommentThanks Bobo192 for your information. I always wondered if The Beatles covered this song.
    handsdown4dbeatleson March 27, 2006   Link
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    Lyric CorrectionHi;
    I'm a newbie here; I was looking for a safe Lyrics site for this song and found it here, however, I believe the song title is actually "Carol" not "Oh Carol" (which is another song, by Neil Sedaka)
    vanrayon August 11, 2011   Link

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