or
Neal McCoy

Hey mister DJ I'm calling you
Now can you play me some real cool tunes
Something that sounds like a long time ago
The kind of music that thrills my soul

You must have something in your record rack
A simple little song that can bring me back to when they

Sang up on the roof
And underneath the boardwalk when they'd go
Dancin' in the streets
Boogaloon' down on Broadway hey when
Lovers used to slow dance all night long
And they knew the words to every song

There's got to be somebody somewhere
Singin' some new old songs

Like Otis Redding "Sittin' On The Dock"
Or Bill Haley's "Rock Around The Clock"
When Buddy Holly loved sweet Peggy Sue
True love ways were all they knew
There's somethin' 'bout happiness heartbreak and hurt
That leaves me hangin on every word back when they

Sang up on the roof
And underneath the boardwalk when they'd go
Dancin' in the streets
Boogaloon' down on Broadway hey when
Lovers used to slow dance all night long
And they knew the words to every song

Now that radio's on and I'm stayin' up
Please dedicate it to the one I love like it was when they

Sang up on the roof
And underneath the boardwalk when they'd go
Dancin' in the streets
Boogaloon' down on Broadway hey when
Lovers used to slow dance all night long
And they knew the words to every song

There's got to be somebody somewhere
Singin' some new old songs
Just like in the fifties
High on a mountain of love
In the midnight hour
Oh knock on wood
Kiss an angle good morning
Your cheatin' heart

Written by DAVE GIBSON
Published by ZELLS MUSIC COMPANY

Lyrics Provided By LyricFind Inc.