Rock And Roll Never Forgets Karaoke Bob Seger

Karaoke Rock And Roll Never Forgets Bob Seger

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Lyrics of Rock And Roll Never Forgets

So you're a little bit older and a lot less bolder than you used to be
So you used to shake 'em down but now you stop and think about your dignity
So now sweet sixteens turned thirty-one
You get to feelin' weary when the work days done
Well all you got to do is get up and into your kicks if you're in a fix
Come back baby rock and roll never forgets
You better get yourself a partner
Go down to the concert or the local bar
Check the local newspapers chances are you won't have to go too far
Yeah the rafters will be ringing 'cos the beat's so strong
The crowd will be swaying and singing along
And all you got to do is get in into the mix if you need a fix
You can come back baby
Rock and Roll never forgets
Ooh the bands still playing it loud and lean
Listen to the guitar player making it scream
All you got to do is just make that scene tonight hey tonight, ooh
Well now sweet sixteens turned thirty-one
Feel a little tired feeling under the gun
Well all Chuck's children are out
There playing his licks get into your kicks
Come back baby
Rock and Roll never forgets
Said you can come back baby
Rock and Roll never forgets
Oh, come back baby
Rock and Roll never forgets
Ooh, oh yeah, oh yeah ha, ah huh, ah huh
Never forgets, oh no, oh no oh, never forgets, ha yeah
Ooh, ooh no ooh no
No
Never forgets, yeah
Whoa, oh
Oh oh whoa oh whoa oh ah yeah, ooh ooh
Nevers aoh
Never never forgets oh no, oh no

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