The Wallflower

Album: Tough Woman: The Early Recordings 1955-1960 (1955)
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  • (Hey, baby, what do I have to do)
    (To make a hit with you)

    You gotta dance with me Henry (All right, baby)
    Dance with me Henry (Don't mean maybe)
    Rock with me Henry (Any old time)
    Talk to me Henry (Don't change your mind)
    Dance with me Henry (All right)
    You better dance while the music goes on
    Roll on, roll on, roll on

    While the cats are ballin' (Roll on, roll on)
    You better stop your stallin' (Roll on, roll on)
    Its intermission in a minute (Roll on, roll on)
    So you better get with it (Roll on, roll on)
    Dance with me Henry (Roll on, roll on)
    You better dance while the music goes on
    Roll on, roll on, roll on

    Oooo-ooo-ooo-wee
    Henry, you aint movin' me
    You better feel that boogie beat
    And get the lead out of your feet

    You gotta dance with me Henry
    Dance with me Henry
    Rock with me Henry
    Talk to me Henry
    Dance with me Henry
    You better dance while the music goes on

    Roll, roll, roll
    Roll, roll, roll
    Rock, rock, rock
    Rock, rock, rock
    Roll, roll, roll
    Roll on, roll on, roll on

    Rock with me Henry (All right, baby)
    Dance with me Henry (Don't mean maybe)
    Rock with me Henry (Any old time)
    Dance to me Henry (Don't change your mind)
    Jump with me Henry (All right)
    You better dance, dance while the music goes on

    Rock!

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