Red Blooded American Boy - Don Woody

Red Blooded American Boy

Don Woody

(Don Woody - Paul Simmons, ARCO 4623, 1958)

Well, if I look at a girl
When they, they walk by
If I stomp my feet
And roll, roll my eyes
Please realize (please realize)
I'm just a red blooded American boy

And if I like rock 'n' roll
And it thrills, thrills me so
Well, if I wear Ivy League
From head, from head to toe
Well, don't you know (don't you know)
I'm just a red blooded American boy

Why do people always say
We never did that in our day
They had that like you and me
We all do what's naturally

Well, if I won't let a girl
Wear, wear my ring
And if I like to bird dog
Every sweet, sweet young thing
Well, you can see (you can see)
I'm just a red blooded American boy

Why do people always say
We never did that in our day
They had that like you and me
We all do what's naturally

Well, if I won't let a girl
Wear, wear my ring
And if I like to bird dog
Every sweet, sweet young thing
Well, you can see (you can see)
I'm just a red blooded American boy
Mmm, red blooded American boy
Ah-haha, red blooded American boy
Ah-haha, red blooded American boy

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