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Lyrics Rock Steady Aretha Franklin


Title : Aretha Franklin - Rock Steady Mp3
Uploader : Aretha Franklin
Duration : 03:17
Size : 4.51 MB
Audio : mp3, 44100 Hz, stereo, s16p, 128 kb/s
Source : iTunes.com




About Aretha Franklin - Rock Steady (Official Lyric Video) Mp3:

Watch the lyric video of "Rock Steady" by Aretha Franklin from the album 'Young, Gifted And Black' (1972). "Rock Steady" reached No. 2 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.

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Performers:

Lead Vocals: Aretha Franklin
Guitar: Cornell Dupree
Bass Guitar: Chuck Rainey
Organ: Donny Hathaway
Drums: Bernard Purdie
Percussion: Dr. John, Robert Popwell
Horns: The Memphis Horns (Trumpet: Wayne Jackson; Tenor Saxophone: Andrew Love)
Backing Vocals: The Sweethearts of Soul (Brenda Bryant, Margaret Branch, Pat Smith)

Written By: Aretha Franklin

Produced By: Jerry Wexler, Tom Dowd, Arif Mardin

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Lyrics:

Rock steady, baby!
That's what I feel now
Let's call the song exactly what it is
Step and move your hips
With a feeling from side to side
Sit yourself down in your car
And take a ride
And while you're moving
Rock steady
Rock steady, baby

Let's call this song exactly what it is
(What it is -what it is - what it is)
It's a funky and low down feelin’
(What it is)
In my hips from left to right
(What it is)
What it is is I might be doing
(What it is)
This funky dance all night
Oh!
(Got my hands up in the air)
Oh!
(Got a feeling and ain't got a care)
Oh!
(But you gotta take this ride
Put the devil on his side)

Rock steady — rock steady, baby
Rock steady — rock steady, baby

Step and move your hips
With a feeling from side to side
Sit yourself down in your car
And take a ride
While you're moving rock steady
Rock steady

Let's call this song exactly what it is
(What it is -what it is - what it is)
It's a funky and low down feelin’
(What it is)
In my hips from left to right
(What it is)
What it is is I might be doing
(What it is)
This funky dance all night
Oh!
(Got my hands up in the air)
Oh!
(Got a feeling and ain't got a care)
Oh!
(But you gotta take this ride
Put the devil on his side)

Rock steady, baby
Rock steady ... woo!
Rock steady

(Rock... steady!... rock... steady!)

(What it is)
It's a funky and low down feeling'
(What it is)
In my hips from left to right
(What it is)
What it is is I might be doing
(What it is)
This funky dance all night
Oh! Oh!
(Wave your hands up in the air)
Oh! Oh!
(Got the feeling and ain't got a care)
Oh! Oh!
(But you gotta take this ride
Put the devil on his side)

Rock steady
Steady, baby!
Rock...rock steady, baby
Baby
(What it is)
Baby, baby
(What it is)
Baby
(What it is)
Baby...

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An icon of 20th and 21st century music, the voice of the civil rights movement, and the undisputed Queen of Soul—there is only one Aretha Franklin. In her incredible six-decade career, Aretha evolved from teenage gospel star to reigning pop and R&B diva, recording classics like “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman,” “Chain Of Fools”, “Think” (lyrics by Aretha Franklin), definitive versions of the songs “Respect” and “I Say a Little Prayer”, and global hits like “Freeway Of Love,” “I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)”, and “A Rose Is Still A Rose.”

Altogether, 112 of her singles reached the charts, with 20 No. 1 R&B singles, the most ever by a female artist. She won 18 Grammy Awards (including the first eight trophies for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance) and, out of recognition for her for indelible contribution to American music and culture, received both the Presidential Medal Of Freedom and a Pulitzer Prize.