Got a taste of a rocking band, Standing there holding out your hand, Better lock up all your doors, She's like a spinning dynamo, You're handing out the token prize, Giving you a brand new ride,
Oh there she goes, she goes, And nobody knows where she goes,
Banging drums, working out all fast, Heavy tune I can play it loud, You know she's blowing away all the others, You're never man enough take it on all night, You better razzle dazzle on that stage, Keep on rocking all through the night,
Oh there she goes, she goes, And nobody knows, Where she goes she goes,
A heavy rocking tune is playing, Playing as the night rolls on, Sneaking off with the Romeo, Where she goes, nobody knows
A heavy rocking tune is playing on a flat screen color TV, Sneaking over creepy crawly, never give it up to take it out through the night,
There she goes she goes, and nobody knows [Repeat: x4] Where she goes she goes
Writer/s: ANGUS MCKINNON YOUNG, MALCOLM MITCHELL YOUNG
Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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