Greg Lambert

Greg Lambert

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Country - Americana | Tampa, Florida, United States
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Member Since: 2013
   Last Login: 7/15/2019

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Awesome song. I long the vibe from the first note, to the last. Love the Elvis sound, and the funky guitar, not to mention the honky-tonk piano. Great song overall.

    - Doug Mayberry

This is a fun bluesy rock , country song. The lyrics were clever, i liked the verses. You have a voice that could be rock or country, it gave the song texture. The production was really good, i would like to know who produced it? I could see it going in modern music, it's edgy and a little diffrent. good song.

    - amy abernathy
Lyrics

Bring It On
©2014 Greg Lambert


I've had it with your insults
Your funny little quips
Jokes about the sideburns
And the way he shook his hips

He made more in a single note
Than you make in a week
He's the King of Rock and a Roll
And you're a cyber-geek

Chorus
Bring it on, bring it on
Let's take it down to Memphis
For a little one on one
You and all the music you got on your phone
Against the one and only King of Rock and Roll
Bring it on


Before Elvis there was nothing
That's what Lennon said
He set everything in motion
He put it all to bed

He changed the course of music
The best the world has known
Let's all give a Beatle bow
To the King of a Rock and Roll

Chorus

Bridge

He rocked 'em in Las Vegas
And the jungle room
He lit up the silver screen
He shook the baby boom
I've had it with your snickering
It's gone on way too long
Let's take it down to Memphis or go home
Bring it on

Chorus

Song Length
2:51
Genres
Country - Rock, Country - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal

Similar Artist
Elvis Presley
Language
English
Era
1950 - 1959

Lyric Credits Greg Lambert
Music Credits Greg Lambert
Performance Credits Railroad Trax Productions