A little guitar please One, two, three, four I hope you're ready for the time of your life Just look at me, I'll put a gleam in your eye Buckle up, I'm gonna take you for a ride Originally recorded in 1973 and released as a single song by Essex, it became an international hit. Come on One two One two three The-the-the-there is no competition That's why we're in the number one position Your crew can't hang with us Man we're too dangerous Ain't got the … About Rock On "Rock On" is a song written by English singer David Essex. Drums! Cause Rob is in the front, EZ Rock is on the back-up We're not soft, so you better just slack up Cause I'm cool, calm just like a breeze Rock the mike with the help of EZ Rock on the set, the music plays Only cuts the records that I say It takes two to make a thing go right It takes two to make it outta sight It takes two to make a … Still lookin' for that blue jean, baby queen Prettiest girl I ever seen See her shake … Rock It Lyrics: Rock it / You're my nicotine, I'm your dirty teen / You're my girl, you are my reason to believe / You're my ecstasy, I'm your remedy / You're the one I like, my reason to believe 'Cause we 'cause we 'cause when we rock we let it rock Rock it rock it rock it; dance till we drop It's on it's on it's on Okay now are you ready? A list of all time songs lyrics from the Classic Rock style. Find the perfect Classic Rock tracks from the world's best artists. Which is the way that's clear? Hey shout, summertime blues Jump up and down in my blue suede shoes (Down) Hey kid, you rock and roll, rock on And where do we go from here? Hey kid, rock and roll Rock on, ooh, my soul Hey kid, boogey too, did ya Hey shout, summertime blues Jump up and down in my blue suede shoes Hey kid, rock and roll, rock on And where do we go from here Which is the way that's clear Still looking for that blue jean, baby queen Prettiest girl I ever seen See her shake on the movie … Lyrics from Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam Written by Lyrica Anderson, Kovas and Toby Gad Performed by Cast. Rock it to the break of day Don't stop rocking now, no way If everybody feels the same This is why we play these games Rock it to the early dawn Soon those really good times will be gone Everything I ever had, If I could have one night like that Rock it to the break of day Don't stop rocking now, no way Everything I ever had It's Tricky to rock a rhyme, to rock a rhyme that's right on time The lyric pays homage to early rock-and-roll and its surrounding youth subculture, and notably to 1950s rebel James Dean (although the lyrics refer to him as "Jimmy Dean", which is the name of the country-western singer famous for Big Bad John), but James Dean's name is spoken before the instrumental as well. Hey did you rock and roll Rock on, ooh, my soul Hey, did you boogie too, did ya Hey shout, summertime blues Jump up and down In my blue suede shoes Hey, did you rock and roll, rock on And where do we go from here Which is the way that's clear Still looking for that Blue jean, baby queen Prettiest girl I ever seen See her shake … In 1989, American actor and singer Michael Damian recorded a cover version that went to number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Hey kid, rock and roll, rock on Ooh, my soul Hey kid, boogey too, did ya?