C E What's the matter with the clothes I'm wearing? A# F "Can't You tell that your tie's too wide?" C E Maybe I should bye some old tab collar? A# F "Welcome back to the age of jive. Em Am Where have you been hiddin' out lately, honey? Em D G You can't dress trashy till you spend a lot of money" C Em A# Everybody talking 'bout the new sound. F Am G C Funny, but it's still rock and roll to me. C E What's the matter with the car I'm driving? A# F Can't tell it's out of style?" C E Should I get a set of white wall tires? A# F "Are you gonna cruise the miracle mile? Em Am Nowadays you cant't be too sentimental. Em D G Your best bet's a true baby, blue Continental." C Em A# F Hot funny, cool punk even if it's old junk, Am G C it's still rock and roll to me. C G F Oh it doesn't matter what they say in the papaers, E Am 'cause it's always been the same old scene. G F There's a new band in town but you can't get the sound E G# from a story in a magazine. D# F G aimed at your average teen. C E How about a pair of pink sidewinders A# F and a bright orange pair of pants? C E "Well, you could really be a Beau Brummel baby, A# F Em if you just give it half a chance. Am Don't waste your money on a new set of speakers. Em D G You get more milage from a cheaper pair of sneakers." C Em A# F Next phase, new wave, dance trace, anyways Am G C it's still rock and roll to me. Interlude: G F E Am G F E7 G# D# F G C E What's the matter with the crowd I'm seeing? A# F "Don't know that they're out of tough?" C E Should I try to be a straight 'A' student?" A# F Em If You are, then you think too much." Em Am "Don't you know about the new fashion, honey? Em D G All you need are looks and a whole lota money." C Em A# It's the next phase, new wave, dance trace; anyways Am G C C it's still rock and roll to me. C E A# Everybody's talking about the new sound. G C9 Funny, but it's still rock and roll to me.
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