Your daddy says I'm no good Your momma says keep away Got to tell you truthful girl you can never make me stay I got something up and down this coast Bet you my last dollar girl I can love your love the most
Don't the sunrise look so pretty Never such a sight Like a rollin' into New York City With the skyline in the morning light Roll right through the night Roll Roll right through the night I said Roll
Semi-smokin mama, you got to give me some Heard you got the biggest -- hmm -- the biggest truck in town Right on through to Baltimore you got to love me now Got to do me gently, well it's feets don't fail me now Don't fail me, feets don't fail me now
Don't the sunrise look so pretty Never such a sight Like a rollin' into New York City With the skyline in the morning light Roll right through the night I said roll Roll right through the night Roll right through the night
Writer/s: FRED MARTIN, LOWELL GEORGE
Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., O/B/O CAPASSO
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