Heart & Soul

Album: Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam (OST) (2010)
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  • Oh
    All right

    Gather 'round, guys
    It's time to start listenin'
    Practice makes perfect
    But perfect's not working
    There's a lot more to music
    Than knowing where your cue's gonna be

    You can play all the right notes
    But that don't mean you're moving me
    But if you can jump like David Lee Roth
    Or pump your fist like you're Bruce the Boss

    If you've got a heart and soul
    You can rock n' roll
    Rock n' roll

    Strum it, drums
    Slide across and runnin'
    The stage is your home if you learn how to own it
    Like the great Stid
    There's no way that you can fake it

    You've gotta feel the beat before you can move
    Even though you're not wearing blue suede shoes
    And making mistakes
    But that won't matter
    If you can swagger like ol' Mick Jagger

    If you've got a heart and soul
    You can rock n' roll
    You can rock n' roll

    If you're livin' and dyin' for the music inside
    If the 1-for-5 never gets old
    Then you can rock n' roll
    Rock n' roll

    All right, now take it low
    Now I need the spotlight to hit me
    Right here
    As the crowd starts to cheer
    I need the fan to blow right through my rockstar hair
    Right here

    If you can scream like Axl Rose
    Or sing like ... off the show
    If you've got a heart and soul
    You can rock n' roll, yeah
    If you've got a heart and soul
    You can rock n' roll
    You can rock n' roll
    You can rock n' roll Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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