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Sweet Little Rock 'n' Roller Lyrics

from Tonight's the Night: Live 1976-1998

"Sweet Little Rock 'n' Roller" is track #6 on the album Tonight's the Night: Live 1976-1998. It was written by Chuck Berry.
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Nineteen years old and as sweet as she could be
All dressed up like a downtown Christmas tree
Dancin' and hummin' a rock 'n' roll melody

She's the daughter of a well respected man
Who taught her how to jerk and understand
Then she became a rock 'n' roll music fan

Sweet little rock 'n' roller, sweet little rock 'n' roller
Her daddy doesn't have to scold her
Her partner can't hardly hold her
Because she never gets any older
Sweet little rock 'n' roller

Should have seen her eyes when the band began to play
And the famous singer sang and bowed away
When the stars were gone she screamed and yelled hurray

Ten thousand eyes were watchin' them leave the floor
Five thousand tongues are screaming out more and more
About fifteen hundred waiting outside the door

Sweet little rock 'n' roller, sweet little rock 'n' roller
Her daddy doesn't have to scold her
Her partner can't hardly hold her
Because she never gets any older
Sweet little rock 'n' roller

Sweet little rock 'n' roller, sweet little rock 'n' roller
Her daddy doesn't have to scold her
Her partner can't hardly hold her
Because she never gets any older
Sweet little rock 'n' roller

Sweet little rock 'n' roller, sweet little rock 'n' roller
Sweet little rock 'n' roller, sweet little rock 'n' roller
[Incomprehensible] she never gets any older
Sweet little rock 'n' roller, oh yeah, oh yeah

Songwriters
Chuck Berry

Published by
ARC MUSIC CORP.

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