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Roll Away The Night

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  1. Roll away the stone, roll away the stone And in the darkest night I'll keep you safe and alright Roll away the stone, roll away the stone. Won't you roll away the stone Why be cold and so alone? Won't you roll away the stone Don't you let it die. No matter if fools say we can't win I know I'll fall in love again Roll away the stone, roll away.
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  3. Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Roll Me Away (Remastered) · Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band Ultimate Hits: Rock And Roll Never Forgets ℗
  4. Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Roll Away · Midland Let It Roll ℗ Big Machine Label Group, LLC Released on: Producer: Dann Huff.
  5. Jun 03,  · Roll Away chords by Midland. 1, views, added to favorites times. This is based off of the studio recorded version. Was this info helpful? Yes No. Tuning: E A D G B E. Capo: 4th fret. Author evanfreer [a] 1 contributor total, last edit on Jun 03, Download Pdf. Chords. Guitar Ukulele Piano new. C. 1. 2. 3. 1 of Dm. 1. 3. 2.
  6. Bob Seger's Roll Me Away from the album "The Distance" Bob Seger's Roll Me Away from the album "The Distance"
  7. Roll away the stone, roll away the stone. The partner in question need only roll away the cold shoulder, say she cares, and let Mr. Hunter offer the chance to fall in love once again. Of course, we don’t trust him for a second. Ian is always the cad, but also a chum, someone to sing along with at the dancehall. So you can’t get too offended.
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  9. May 13,  · Peaking at No.8 in November ’73, Roll Away The Stone was the crowning glory of Mott The Hoople’s commercial era. It even sounded like a celebration. With honking sax, a squealing guitar and ‘shoop-shoop’ backing vocals from all-girl trio Thunderthighs, the song transposed the euphoric flash of 50s rock’n’roll onto the hard-bitten 70s.