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Too Rock For Country, Too Country For Rock And Roll
Acme 131
 
    
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Too Rock For Country, Too Country For Rock And Roll
Acme 131
 


ID: 16903

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TypeSinging Call
WEB SITE www.acmerecordings.com
Label information
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Bpm 
Duration 
MediaMP3
Artist(s)

Brad Caldwell
Cue Sheet

OPENER    Basic

Circle left
Grew up in the 50's with a guitar in my hand
Allemande left, turn partner right
Allemande left and weave
Everybody asked me what I play, everywhere I go
Promenade
I say I'm too rock for country
Too country for rock and roll


FIGURE    Mainstream, corner progression

Heads (Sides) square thru
Dosado
Swing thru, boys run
Ferris wheel, pass thru
Touch 1/4, scoot back
Swing and promenade
Now I'm too rock for country
Too country for rock and roll


MIDDLE BREAK    Mainstream

Sides face grand square
So I'll just keep on playing
The songs I love to play
That's all that matters anyway

Allemande left and weave
Sometimes I think I'm standing in the middle of the road
Promenade
Cause I'm too rock for country
Too country for rock and roll


CLOSER    Mainstream

Sides face grand square
Grew up in the 50's with a guitar in my hand
With the Grand Old Opry, Jimmy Reed and Bobby Blue Bland

Allemande left and weave
Everybody asked me what I play, everywhere I go
Promenade
I say I'm too rock for country
Too country for rock and roll

 
Lyrics

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Too Rock For Country, Too Country For Rock And Roll
 
 

Grew up in the 50s with a guitar in my hand
With the Grand Old Opry, Jimmy Reed and Bobby Blue Bland
Everybody asked me what I play, everywhere I go
I say I'm too rock for country, too country for rock and roll

Well, my brother's in the Army with a country western band
But I'm setting home, playing music with my old man
When my uncle came to visit, and he turned me on to Soul
Now I'm too rock for country, too country for rock and roll

So I'll just keep on playing
The songs I love to play
That's all that matters anyway
But sometimes I think I'm standing in the middle of the road
Cause I'm too rock for country, too country for rock and roll

Well I'm too rock for country, too country for rock and roll
But the whole joint's jumping and they keep on begging for more
Cause when you're out there on the floor
It don't matter which way it goes
It ain't too rock for country, too country for rock and roll

Yeah, when you're out there on the floor
It don't matter which way it goes
It ain't too rock for country, too country for rock and roll

Lyrics by Lonnie Mack.
Recorded by Lonnie Mack.
 

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