Roger McGuinn Born to Rock and Roll cover

Born to Rock and Roll
by Roger McGuinn
Lyrics


Released
Jun 1, 1975
Genre
Rock

Born to Rock and Roll Lyrics

Song Meaning
Verse 1
Some people born in old Kentucky
They think they're living in a tunnel mine of coal
Other people born not quite so lucky
Giving everything by selling out their soul
Verse 2
I know that everybody's born for something
Just to feed them and keep them from the cold
Sometimes you get to do the things your meant to
And I know that I was born to rock 'n roll
Verse 3
Born to rock 'n roll satify your soul
Gonna rock 'n roll satisfy your soul
Gonna rock 'n roll satisfy your soul
Gonna rock 'n roll satisy your soul
Gonna rock 'n roll satisfy your soul
Verse 4
Always wanted to be a fireman
Just to steer the hook and ladder from behind
Then I thought I'd be a great inventor
But I found it might be too hard on my mind
Verse 5
I know that everybody's born for something
Just to feed them and to keep them
It's all in the cards you hold
Yes I said I believe in magic
Verse 6
And I believe that I was born to rock 'n roll
Verse 7
Born to rock 'n roll satify your soul
Gonna rock 'n roll satisfy your soul
Gonna rock 'n roll satisfy your soul
Gonna rock 'n roll satisy your soul
Gonna rock 'n roll satisfy your soul

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