Bop Karaoke Dan Seals

Karaoke Bop (Acoustic version) Dan Seals

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Song key: +1 (C, F, G)

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Lyrics of Bop

Put on your bobby socks baby and roll up your old blue jeans
There's a band playing down at the armory
Who knows what rock and roll really means
I wanna ride in your fifty-five T-bird
Drive through some old memories
Well I ain't after your body baby
I just want you to dance with me
I wanna bop with you baby all night long
I wanna bop the night away
I wanna make it a night like it used to be
When our hearts were young and free
I wanna bop with you baby all night long
I wanna be-bop with you baby 'till the break of dawn
I wanna bop with you baby all night long
I got an old photograph in my pocket
When we were still in our teens
And Lord knows I feel a lot older now you still look the same to me
But honey you don't ever laugh like you used to and I don't wanna see you blue
If you may busy tonight and you think it's all right this is what I wanna do
I wanna bop with you baby all night long
I wanna bop the night away
I wanna make it a night like it used to be
When our hearts were young and free
I wanna bop with you baby all night long
I wanna be-bop with you baby 'till the break of dawn
I wanna bop with you baby all night long
Let's twist and shout oh just like in the good old days
Baby watch out you know I just can't stand it when you look at me that way
I wanna bop with you baby all night long
I wanna be-bop with you baby 'till the break of dawn
I wanna make it a night like it used to be
When our hearts were young and free
Yeah yeah yeah all night long

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