Way back in the 50's - you never said a wrong word People were clean - people were mean Children should be seen, but children should be not heard You learned to keep your mouth shut - you did what you were told But then one day the radio played the sound that we'd all been waiting for The whole of our lives 'n'
I still love Rock 'n' Roll - I play it every day Hummin' along, singin' the song It's the only way - I know how to say what's on my mind
I get up in the morning - put the kettle on the stove Tommy Steele croons a Guy Mitchell tune I never felt more like singin' the blues - but if I had to choose You know I still love rock 'n' roll I still love rock 'n' roll (let me hear ya)
I never been to Lubbock, Texas or Memphis, Tennessee I never washed dishes in Macon, Georgia I wasn't half as good and I wasn't half as pretty as you But I still got the feelings - embedded in my soul A rebel armada - Kettering, Granada It ain't my fault that I never grew up - I got bitten by your bug And I still love rock 'n' roll, I still love rock 'n' roll, I still love rock
I know what you're thinkin' - it's a little bit strange to you I know what you're thinkin' - 'cos I'm thinkin' the same way too But oh those two little four letter words - they're all you need to know 'cos when it all comes down to it - I don't like the sound of it When you mess around with it - I'm still in it for the thrill of it I know you tried to kill it but
I still love rock 'n' roll - I play it every day Hummin' along - singin' the songs It's the only way I know how to say what's on my mind
I get up every morning - I put the coffee on the stove The computer's gone - the turntable's on I can't believe it's 2001 - God, I must be knockin' on But I still love rock 'n' roll, I still love rock 'n' roll,