Just Rockin’. TTBB

Just Rockin’.  TTBb

                                                                       

words and music by Elizabeth Sidebotham

Just rocking’ in the ol’ rocking’ chair, in the ol’ rocking’ chair
I’m just rocking’ in the ol’ rocking’ chair, in the ol’ rocking’ chair
There aint a day goes by when I don’t sit here and sigh
and think about the days gone by.
Just rocking’ in the ol’ rocking’ chair, in the ol’ rocking’ chair
I’m just rocking’ in the ol’ rocking’ chair, in the ol’ rocking’ chair
Looking back with eyes that with hindsight can be wise,
Reflecting on the lows and on the highs.
(Up beat finger clicks)
We used to twist and shout, we used to jive til five
We’d do the locomotion, not the Palais Glide.
When Elvis was the king, we’d laugh and dance and sing
Just rocking’ with a roll, just living for the swing.
My baby and me would be out of our tree
We could rock around the clock til half past three
And when the Beatles came along we were singing their song
The Troggs, the Kinks, the Monkees and the Rolin’ Stones.
We used to twist and shout, we used to jive til five
We’d do the locomotion, not the Palais Glide.
When Elvis was the king, we’d laugh and dance and sing
Just rocking’ with a roll, just living for the swing.
Just rocking’ in that ol’ rocking’ chair