Rockhouse - Harold Jenkins

Rockhouse

Harold Jenkins

(, SUN RECORDS UNISSUED, 1956)

Well, come on baby, well come on down
To the rockingest juke joint in this town
Rockhouse
Hey yeah-yeah-yes rockhouse
Well-a-house, rock-rockhouse
From coast to coast, man it's the most
Rockhouse
Well-a-house, rock-rockhouse

Well, there ain't nothing this joint ain't got
Well, the lights are low and the music's hot
Rockhouse
Hey yeah-yeah-yes rockhouse
Well-a-house, rock-rockhouse
Man it's a truly keen, well it's a hepcat's dream
Rockhouse
Well-a-house, rock-rockhouse

Well, you knock at the window then you tap at the door
Then you kick off your shoes and you rock some more
Rockhouse
Yeah-yeah-yes rockhouse
Well-a-house, rock-rockhouse
Man it's a truly keen, well it's a hepcat's dream
Rockhouse
Well-a-house, rock-rockhouse

Well, if you feel that you need a little rhythm in your soul
Then come to the house of rock 'n' roll
Rockhouse
Hey yeah-yeah-yes rockhouse
Well-a-house, rock-rockhouse
Well, if you're feeling blue, come on down to the rockhouse
Rockhouse
Well-a-house, rock-rockhouse

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