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Rock On
David Essex Lyrics


Hey, kid, rock and roll
Rock on, ooh my soul
Hey, kids, you boogey, too, did ya?

Hey shout, summertime blues
Jump up and down in my blue suede shoes
Hey, did you rock and roll, rock on

And where do we go from here?
Which is a way that's clear

Still looking for that blue jean, baby queen
Prettiest girl I ever seen
See her shake on the movie screen, Jimmy Dean
(James Dean)

And where do we go from here?
Which is a way that's clear

Still looking for that blue jean, baby queen
Prettiest girl I ever seen
See her shake on the movie screen, Jimmy Dean
(Jimmy Dean)

Rock on
Rock on
Rock on (hey, kid, rock and roll)
Rock on
Rock on (hey, kid, rock and roll)
Rock on
Rock on (hey, kid, rock and roll)
Rock on
Rock on (hey, kid, rock and roll)
Rock on
Rock on (hey, kid, rock and roll)
Rock on
Rock on (hey, kid, rock and roll)
Rock on
Rock on (hey, kid, rock and roll)
Rock on

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Written by: David Essex

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Brad Schuh

Patient: I’m addicted to watching the film Grease.


Psychiatrist: Tell me more, tell me more.

Patient: I make my girlfriend watch it with me every day.

Psychiatrist: Does she put up a fight?

Patient: Sometimes, yeah.

Psychiatrist: Well, that’s women for you... summer lovin’, some aren’t.

Patient: I guess?

Psychiatrist: ... are you not clocking the references I’m doing?

Patient: Oh... no. Maybe it’s not as bad as I thought.



Rob Jones

David's homage to the late great Billy Fury.


Hard to believe this track was a major hit in1973, it is very avant-garde in its' approach.
1973 also saw songs like "Pyjamarama" and "Life On Mars" placed highly in the charts.
The same goes for The Who and The Rolling Stones with "5.15" and "Angie".


Back then, it was quality over quantity.



All comments from YouTube:

fieldagent59 is in the forest

whoever produced and or engineered this in the 70's was a genius and light years ahead of their time....... might be the best sounding bass track of all time....

Jam Fuse

@Delta-9 Hot take

Delta-9

The production here owes a huge debt to 60s and 70s jamaican dub. in fact aside from the vocals it basically is a dub version

Ulric von Catalyst

Produced by Jeff Wayne, which might explain its sci-fi hi-fi sound.

Joshua Bewig

Suddenly wanted to hear this song - don't think I've heard it in about 20 years. I've listened to it 5 times in a row, so far.

Richard Smoot

@Christine Joseph 72 hear

Christine Joseph

@soaring eagle my late brother was so awesome. I miss him so much..... 😢😢😢😢

Christine Joseph

@Carol Threlfall wooooo

Christine Joseph

@Carol Threlfall Mr too

rualubruhloveer Pons

Me too !!

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