ROCK 'N' ROLL BLUES
(Unknown)
NORM SKYLAR (Crest 1044, 1958)

Miss her in the morning, miss her at night
Miss her all day, it just ain't right
Well, I never felt sadder that I do today
Because my baby left me and she's gone to stay
I'm looking for another, but I know I can't find
A honey like her, because she was just fine
I miss her in the morning, I miss her at night
I miss her all day, it just ain't right
Well, I'm going down the road and I'm feeling sad
Because my baby left and she's awful mad
She said, she doesn't love me and never will
I guess I better bug out over the hill
I miss her in the morning, I miss her at night
I Miss her all day, it just ain't right
I got the rock-rock, rock 'n' roll blues
I got the rock-rock, rock 'n' roll blues
I got the rock 'n' roll, rock 'n' roll blues
I got the rock-rock, rock 'n' roll blues
I got the rock 'n' roll, rock 'n' roll blues
Well, I listen to the records on the player all day
Then I read her letters and I try to act gay
I wonder what she's doing and who she is with
I wonder if she fooling and remember her kiss
I miss her in the morning, I miss her at night
I miss her all day, it just ain't right
I got the rock-roll, rock 'n' roll blues
I got the rock 'n' roll, rock 'n' roll blues
I got the rock 'n' roll, rock 'n' roll blues
Oh yes, the rock 'n' roll, rock 'n' roll blues
I got the rock 'n' roll, the rock 'n' roll blues
Oh well, we used to go dancing to a rock-n-roll song
Now I go to places where the music's all wrong
The rhythm is slower and the tunes are sweet
But it don't compare to the rock 'n' roll beat
I miss her in the morning, I miss her at night
I miss her all day, it just ain't right
I got the rock-rock, rock 'n' roll blues
Rock-rock, rock 'n' roll blues
Rock-rock, rock 'n' roll blues
Rock-rock, rock 'n' roll blues
I got the rock 'n' roll, rock 'n' roll blues