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Rock The Jukebox lyrics and chords are intended for your personal
use only, it's a very good country song co-written and recorded by Alan
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Don't Rock The Jukebox Recorded by Alan Jackson Written by Roger Murrah, Keith Stegall, Alan Jackson
C G C G Don't rock the jukebox I wanna hear some Jones D7 My heart ain't ready for the Rolling Stones G C G I don't feel like rockin' since my baby's gone C G D7 G So don't rock the jukebox play me a country song
C G Before you drop that quarter keep one thing in mind A7 D7 You got a heart broke hillbilly standing here in line C G I've been down and lonely ever since she left C G D7 G Before you punch that number could I make one request
C G I ain't got nothin' against rock and roll A7 D7 When your heart's been broken you need a song that's slow C G There ain't nothin' like a steel guitar to drown a memory C G D7 G Before you spend your money baby play a song for me
C G D7 G Yeah don't rock the jukebox play me a country song
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