A Little Bit Country, A Little Bit Rock 'N Roll

Album: Featuring Songs From Their Television Show (1976)
  • I'm a little bit country
    And I'm a little bit rock 'n roll
    I'm a little bit of Memphis and Nashville
    With a little bit of Motown in my soul
    I don't know if it's good or bad
    But I know I love it so
    I'm a little bit country
    And I'm a little bit rock 'n roll

    He's a little bit gentle, he's a little bit runnin' wild
    She's a little bit of fullgrown-woman, she's a little bit of child
    Don't know if I'm happy or sad
    My music makes me whole
    I'm a little bit country
    And I'm a little bit rock 'n roll

    I like that peaceful easy feeling of a laid back country song
    And when I sing my rock n' roll, I can sing it all night long
    I love my country with all my heart and soul
    I go out on Saturday night for a little bit of rock 'n roll
    I know I'm goin' to feel allright
    No matter where I go
    With little bit of country
    And a little bit of rock 'n roll

    I like that peaceful easy feeling of a laid back country song
    And when I sing my rock n' roll, I can sing it all night long
    I love my country with all my heart and soul
    I go out on Saturday night for a little bit of rock 'n roll
    I know I'm goin' to feel allright
    No matter where I go
    With little bit of country
    And a little bit of rock 'n roll

    We're a little bit country
    We're a little bit rock 'n roll

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