Jake Stratton

Jake Stratton

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Country - Rock | Arlington Heights, Illinois, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,620   
Member Since: 2005
   Last Login: 1/15/2020
   Sounds Like: Big & Rich

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52

Song Description

The history of rock and roll in four minutes of slamming power chords!

Story Behind the Song

The history of rock and roll in four minutes of slamming power chords!

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Lyrics

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Verse 1
Good 'ol Chuck Berry said Hail! Hail! to rock and roll
Then Elvis Presley, he shook it up and melted the girls
Those pioneers they led a new choir
Like Jerry Lee and Great Balls of Fire
The day the music died with Buddy Holly
And Little Richard, Good Golly Miss Molly

Prechorus
And then it changed with Brits way back in '64
They crashed the gates and opened the door

Chorus
Hup two, three, four they roar like they're soldiers in the street
Rock and roll warriors - a revolution to the beat
Of the drum here they come filling each and every seat
On your feet - show is on!

Verse 2
(Hey! Hey! Hey!)
Then into the 70's- The force of metal with Sabbath would grow
To Kiss and Freddy - who taught us all how to put on a show
The blues could rock with Aerosmith and Zeppelin
Guitars were gods with Hendrix and Van Halen
The boss was Born to Run right out of Jersey
And AC/DC wanted to salute me

Prechorus
The music clashed with the punks and all the anarchy
Like Johnny Rotten saving the Queen

Chorus
Hup two, three, four they roar like they're soldiers in the street
Rock and roll warriors - a revolution to the beat
Of the drum here they come filling each and every seat
On your feet - show is on!

Bridge
And when we moved to the Strip in the 80's
We took a ride on the Wild Side
With all the hair and the glam and the ladies
Until Nirvana came and pushed it all aside

Chorus
Hup two, three, four they roar like they're soldiers in the street
Rock and roll warriors - a revolution to the beat
Of the drum here they come filling each and every seat
On your feet - show is on!

Song Length
3:12
Genres
Rock - Punk, Rock - Hard Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal

Subject Matter
Radio, Stardom

Similar Artists
Green Day, blink-182
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Jake Stratton
Music Credits Jake Stratton
Producer Credits Jake Stratton and Johnny Geib
Publisher Credits Show Us Your Snake Publishing
Performance Credits Jake Stratton
Label Credits Independent