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Momma Don't Stop

This song is by Great White and appears on the album Sail Away (1994).

Well, I never thought I'd see you back
On my side of the railroad tracks
Just blown in from Tokyo
Hanging out at the rock and roll show

You're looking for some kid to sign
Catching jive off the grapevine
Billboard's running a picture next week
Hits applauds you on your winning streak

Never mind you're sleeping alone
There's always someone else on the phone

So, momma, don't stop your rock and roll
You might just find your heart has gone cold
Momma, don't stop your rock and roll
All day long

Said I'm real impressed with the things that you've done
Look how far this lady has come
Used to be so quiet and sweet
But now your name's all over the street

You used to charge it by the hour
Now you own an apartment tower
It's a shame about your former friends
Everyone now is a means to an end

Never mind you're living alone
It's hard to get a scratch on the loving jones

So, momma, don't stop your rock and roll
You might just find your little lost soul
Momma, don't stop your rock and roll
All night long

It's so hard to be a woman today
To get what you deserve
It's not easy when you walking this way
You have to keep a distant reserve

So, momma, don't stop your rock and roll
You might just find your heart has gone cold
Momma, don't stop your rock and roll
All day long

Momma, don't stop your rock and roll
You might just find your little lost soul
Momma, don't stop your rock and roll
All night long

Written by:

Cook, Lardie, Niven

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