Greg Attonito Do You Remember Rock N Roll Radio Lyrics


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Radio playin' so no one can see We need change, we need it fast Before rock's just part of the past 'Cause lately it all sounds the same to me Oh oh …

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Rock'n, rock'n'roll radio Let's go Rock'n, rock'n'roll radio Let's go Rock'n, rock'n'roll radio Let's go Rock'n, rock'n'roll radio Let's go. Do you remember Hullabaloo, Upbeat, Shinding and Ed Sullivan too? Do you remember rock'n'roll radio? Do you remember rock'n'roll radio? Do you remember Murray the K, Alan Freed, and high energy? It's the end, the end of the 70's …

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Do you remember lying in bed With your covers pulled up over your head? Radio playin' so no one can see We need change, we need it fast Before rock's just part of the past 'Cause lately it all sounds the same to me Oh oh oh oh, oh oh Will you remember Jerry Lee, John Lennon, T. Rex and OI Moulty? It's the end, the end of the 70's

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Radio playin' so no one can see We need change, we need it fast Before rock's just part of the past 'Cause lately it all sounds the same to me Oh, oh [Repeat: x3] Rock N' Rock N' Roll Radio Let's go Will you remember Jerry Lee, John Lennon, T. Rex and Ol' Moulty?

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Radio playin' so no one can see We need change, we need it fast Before rock's just part of the past 'Cause lately it all sounds the same to me Oh oh oh oh, oh oh Will you remember Jerry Lee, John Lennon, T. Rex and OI Moulty? It's the end, the end of the 70's It's the end, the end of the century

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Rock'n, rock'n'roll radio Let's go Rock'n, rock'n'roll radio Let's go Rock'n, rock'n'roll radio Let's go Rock'n, rock'n'roll radio Let's do Do you remember Hullabaloo, Upbeat, Shinding and Ed Sullivan too? Do you remember rock'n'roll radio? Do you remember rock'n'roll radio? Do you remember Murray the K, Alan Freed, and high energy? It's the end, the end of the 70's …

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Do you remember rock 'n roll radio? Do you remember rock 'n roll radio? Do you remember Murray the K Alan Freed and high energy? It's the end, the end of the 70's It's the end, the end of the century Do you remember lying in bed With your covers pulled up over your head? Radio playin' so one can see We need change, we need it fast

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greg attonitodo you remember rocknroll radio كلمات اغاني : rockn, rocknroll radio let’s go rockn, rocknroll radio let’s go rockn, rocknroll radio let’s go rockn, rocknroll radio let’s do do you remember hullabaloo upbeat, shinding …

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Radio playin' so no one can see We need change, we need it fast Before rock's just part of the past 'Cause lately it all sounds the same to me Oh, oh [Repeat: x3] Rock N' Rock N' Roll Radio Let's go Will you remember Jerry Lee, John Lennon, T. Rex and Ol' Moulty?

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About Do You Remember Rock 'N' Roll Radio? "Do You Remember Rock 'n' Roll Radio?" is the second single and first track from the American punk rock band Ramones' fifth studio album End of the Century. It was released on May 16, 1980. Produced by veteran record producer Phil Spector, the song and album marked a change in the Ramones' sound, in an

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