He's a Rocker

  • Once there was a young man
    No one could understand
    Wastin' time every day
    He got nothin' to say

    All he ever playin' is
    That rock n' roll music
    Rock n' roll music yeah
    All he ever wanted was a reason to do it
    Reason to do it yeah

    Well he know every line (He's a rocker)
    For the rhythm n' rhyme (He's a rocker)
    Move his head to the beat (He's a rocker)
    As he walk down the street (He's a rocker)

    All he ever playin' is
    That rock n' roll music
    Rock n' roll music yeah
    All he ever wanted was a reason to do it
    Reason to do it yeah

    C'mon let's trip again
    Just like how we used to
    I wanna trip again
    We ain't got nothin' to lose

    All he ever playin' is
    That rock n' roll music
    Rock n' roll music yeah
    All he ever wanted was a reason to do it
    Reason to do it yeahWriter/s: CRAIG ROBERT NICHOLLS
    Publisher: WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC
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