Popular Song Lyrics. One of the finest rock & roll revival bands of the 1970s, Showaddywaddy also proved to be one of the most successful and enduring. Top Lyrics of 2010. Publisher credit appears as "Bailey Publishing" on the labels. And you, kids, get on your feet now And get ready and it's rock and roll Showaddywaddy Standing on the corner in my new blue jeans Dreamin' Lyrics. Tracklist Hide Credits. Standing on the corner in my new blue jeans, Dreaming ‘bout the girl in my limousine Showaddywaddy Hey Rock And Roll lyrics & video : And all you kids get on your feet now, now move your bodies, and let's Rock 'n' Roll, to Showaddy.....Waddy!
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New Submission world's greatest rock 'n roll band. Showaddywaddy – Hey Rock'N'Roll Label: Bell Records – 2337 047 Format: Vinyl, LP, Album Country: France Released: 1974 Genre: Rock. Review Changes Top Lyrics of 2011. (P) 1974 Trademark of Columbia Pictures Industries Inc.
Available with an Apple Music subscription. Hey Rock And Roll - Showaddywaddy (1974) Composer: Allured / Bartram / Challenger / Deas / Field / Gask / James / Oakes Alright all you kids get on your feet now, Now move your bodies, Let’s rock ’n roll, Showaddywaddy! Label: Bell Records - BELL 1357 • Format: Vinyl 7 Showaddywaddy - Hey Rock And Roll (1974, Paper Labels, Vinyl) | Discogs View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1974 Paper Labels Vinyl release of Hey Rock And Roll on Discogs. 30 Songs. Lyrics to 'Hey Rock And Roll' by Showaddywaddy. Showaddywaddy - Hey Rock and Roll Lyrics. Hey Rock And Roll Hey Rock'N'Roll Style: Rock & Roll. Recently Added. Showaddywaddy began their career writing their own material and this yielded four UK top twenty hits, their debut single (Hey rock'n'roll) peaking at number two in 1974 while the next three (Rock'n'roll lady, Hey Mr Christmas, Sweet music) all peaked in the teens. For their next single, Showaddywaddy covered Three steps to heaven (Eddie Cochran).