Rock It All Away
Dwight Yoakam Lyrics


I never really believed in
Somethin’ said with a word
At least I never trusted what I was told or ever heard

I never really believed in
Somethin’ said with a word
At least I never trusted what I was told or ever heard

I never tried to avoid it
If it did come along
‘Cause whatever happened next always proved it was wrong

But you rocked that all the way
You rocked what words can’t say
You rocked it up and down, the front and then back around
Every lonely place
You rocked it all away
Every empty space
You rocked it all away

You and me both walked alone
Down streets where nobody’s home
You and me we both hung around
The kinda places that can’t be found

You and me we both new the score
But whatever it was, it ain’t adding up anymore
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

You rocked it all the way
You rocked what words can’t say
You rocked it up and down
The front and then back around
Every lonely place
You rocked it all away
Every empty space
You rocked it all away

I never really believed in, something said with a word
At least I never trusted what I was told or ever heard

You rocked it all the way
You rocked what words can’t say
You rocked it up and down
The front and then back around
Every lonely place
You rocked it all away
Every empty space
You rocked it all away
Yeah
Yeah
Yeah
Yeah

Lyrics © Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
Written by: DWIGHT DAVID YOAKAM

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Most interesting comment from YouTube:

Nancy Gray Barrow

I never really believed in
Somethin' said with a word
At least I never trusted what I was told or ever heard

I never really believed in
Somethin' said with a word
At least I never trusted what I was told or ever heard

I never tried to avoid it
If it did come along
'Cause whatever happened next always proved it was wrong

But you rocked that all the way
You rocked what words can't say
You rocked it up and down the front and then back around
Every lonely place
You rocked it all away

You and me both walked alone
Down streets where nobody's home
You and me we both hung around
The kinda places that can't be found

You and me we both knew the score
but whatever it was ain't adding up anymore
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

But you rocked that all the way
You rocked what words can't say
You rocked it up and down the front and then back around
Every lonely place
You rocked it all away

I never really believed in something said with a word
At least I never trusted what I was told or ever heard

But you rocked that all the way
You rocked what words can't say
You rocked it up and down the front and then back around
Every lonely place
You rocked it all away



All comments from YouTube:

April A. Severin

I vowed to myself the next time I see/hear Dwight Live it will be as the headliner! He was Eric Church's special guest on Nov. 14. I left after Dwight was done, because I am not a EC fan. See my DY photos on Twitter or Google+.

April A. Severin

I think Dwight Yoakam is a sweet thing! He is such a talented musician and entertaining performer.He ranks right up there with Johnny Cash in my mind.

Douglas Reed

Isn't that John Rich on the drums.

Elle Kay

When Johnny Cash was interviewed by Larry King, Larry asked Mr. Cash "who is your favorite performer" and he said "that would be Dwight Yoakam" an awesome moment and well deserved accolade from one legend to another. :o)

On the 1

April Severin--he's way higher art then Johnny Cash. Dwight a super hillbilly and he got a lot of his rockabilly from Buck Owens Cross who was ahead of his time and started a new genre of country music. Dwight as an acoustic album it's all acoustic I recommend you buy it it's called Dwight Yoakam at Acoustic. Net. and you will see and hear how he is better then the greatest of all times were talking James Taylor Carole King all the great singer songwriters Dwight is right up there with them all he's so underrated it is sickening

Satisfaction Lawn Care

April Severin Dwight was Johnny's favorite performer. That speaks volumes.

Beverly Lee

He's my "Melt me through the floor fantasy MAN !! Love Dwight

Denise Inácio

I love this song, especially the Tommy James Crimson & Clover bit at the end... sweet. Dwight continually amazes and impresses me...

John Bell

Dwight is true to his roots, i sure love his originally.

kayetykaye

My mind is such a sweet thing... sounds like a bit like he liked Tommy James, Crimson in Clover, one of my all time favs. No one knows how much I love Dwight!

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