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Roll Over Beethoven Lyrics

Artist: George Harrison
Album: Live In Japan

Gonna write a little letter, mail it to my local DJ
It's a rockin' little record I want my jockey to play
Roll over Beethoven, I hear it again today

You know my temperature's rising and the juke-box blows a fuse
My heart's beatin' rhythm and my soul is a-singing the blues
Roll over Beethoven and tell Tchaikowsky the news

I got a rockin' pneumonia, I need a shot of rhythm and blues
I think I got it off the writer sittin' down at the rhythm review
Roll over Beethoven, we're rockin' by two by two

Well, if you feel you like it
Well get your lover and reel and rock it
Roll it over and move on up just
A little bit further and reel and rock it, roll it over
Roll over Beethoven, and dig these rhythm and blues

Early in the morning I'm a-givin' you the warnin'
don't you step on my blue suede shoes
Hey little little gonna play my fiddle, ain't got nothin' to lose
Roll over Beethoven and tell Tchaikowsky the news

You know she winks like a glow worm and dance like a spinnin' top
She's got a crazy partner, oughta see 'em reel and rock
Long as she's got a dime, the music will never stop

Roll over Beethoven, roll over Beethoven
Roll over Beethoven, roll over Beethoven
Roll over Beethoven, dig these rhythm and blues

(Thany you, dômo arigatô
Thank you, thank you for coming to see the show
and I'd like to thank the band and Eric for
making me come here to Japan, it's been very
nice and I love you. Thank you)


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