Carolina County Ball
by Elf

Album: Carolina County Ball (1974)
  • Well just imagine my surprise to be there
    If you touched me with a feather I'd fall
    I guess that you could say we finally made it
    We played the Carolina County Ball

    We had the ladies all in line to see us
    I must have promised twenty seven I'd call
    We thought the sun was never gonna stop shining
    On the Carolina County Ball

    We played it hot, hard and nasty, oh yeah
    At the Carolina County Ball
    ooooo
    When you got it sailing really wailing
    It's all right, o-oh right

    Oh right
    Yeah

    Well just imagine my surprise to be there
    If you touched me with a feather I'd fall
    We thought the sun was never gonna stop shining
    Down on the Carolina County Ball

    We played it hot and hard, nasty, oh yeah
    At the Carolina County Ball
    And we sang, yeah, ooooo
    On a boogie woogie Friday night, it's all right
    Ooooo
    When you got it sailing, really wailing, it's all right
    All right
    Oh yeah

    Hey, Doo-o-oo
    On a boogie woogie Friday night
    Doo-o-o
    Say, everything gotta be all right
    Doo-o-o
    It's a boogie woogie Friday night, hey
    Doo-o-o
    When you got it sailing, really wailing
    It's all right, go ahead

    Oh, Doo-o-o
    On the boogie woogie Friday night
    Doo-o-o
    Say, everything gotta be all - so - right
    Doo-o-o
    It's a boogie woogie Friday night
    Doo-o-o
    When you got it sailing, really wailing
    Hypnotising, tantalising
    Carolina County Ball and it's all right Writer/s: MICKEY SOULE, RONNIE DIO
    Publisher: PURPLE (USA) MUSIC INC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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