Elevator Rock

Album: Tommy Steele Stage Show (1956)
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  • I work in the store on the edge of town
    The daily shoppers going up and down
    Elevator rock, elevator roll
    Elevator rock, elevator roll

    Buzzin' all day, buzzin' all night
    Floors to the left and floors to the right
    Elevator rock, elevator roll
    Elevator rock, elevator roll

    (Saxophone Solo)

    Goin' up madam, going down sir
    Goin' up sonny, or your little girl
    Elevator rock, elevator roll
    Elevator rock, elevator roll

    First floor ties, second floor socks
    Third floor dresses, how my head it rocks
    Elevator rock, elevator roll
    Elevator rock, elevator roll

    Buzzin' all day, buzzin' all night
    Floors to the left and floors to the right
    You can keep ""see you later alligator""
    I got my elevator
    Elevator rock, elevator roll Writer/s: TOMMY STEELE
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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