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Reeling & Rocking

This song is by George Thorogood & The Destroyers and appears on the compilation album Greatest Hits: 30 Years of Rock (2004).

This song is a cover of "Reelin' and Rockin'" by Chuck Berry.
Now, I got to know. Now, do you have any obscenity laws in this part of town? That's good, 'cause I feel like gettin' dirty tonight here. I'm tired of singin' all these pretty songs, ya see. Alright, so if you don't mind, me and the fellas feel like gettin' dirty one time.

Look out, baby
Sometimes, I will and again I think I won't
Sometimes, I do, then again I think I don't

Looked down at my watch, it was a half past one
We at a rock 'n' roll show
Havin' nothin' but fun
And we reelin'
Reelin' and a-rockin'
Reelin' and rockin', workin' by the break of dawn

Looked down at my watch, and it was almost two
Nothin' I'd rather do than rock with you
And we reelin'
Reelin' and rockin', baby
We was reelin' and a-rockin'
'Til the break of dawn

I looked at my watch, it was a little past three
I was diggin' her, and she was diggin' me
And we reelin'
Reelin' and rockin', child
'Til the break of dawn

Looked at my watch, it was almost four
She said: Lonesome George, let's do it some more
And we reelin'
Woo
Reelin' and rockin'
Reelin' and rockin', child
'Til the break of dawn
Look out, baby

Looked at my watch, and it was almost eight
Now, I's a little slow, but she wasn't late
And we reelin'
Reelin'
Reelin' and a-rockin'
'Til the break of dawn

Looked at my watch, it was almost nine
She said: Ooh, George, baby, that sure feels fine
And we reelin'
Reelin' and rockin' 'til the break of dawn

Is everybody happy?

Looked at my watch, and it was almost one
You gotta admit it, folks
You're all havin' fun
Reelin' and rockin'
Reelin' and a-rockin'
'Til the break of dawn

Goodnight, everybody
Goodnight, baby
Bye-bye

Written by:

Chuck Berry