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Lyrics Rock Steady The Whispers

Song Lyrics For Rock Steady by The Whispers


The Whispers

I looked at you
You stole my heart
You were all that I anticipated
I wanted you -- Every part but I knew that love would be complicated
I began to touch -- But you wouldnt let it
It never seemed to be the right time
I started to give up -- down to the limit
And then you changed your mind

Chorus
And we begin to rock steady
Steady rockin all night long
And we begin to rock steady
Rockin till the break of dawn

You looked at me to my surprise
You were through anticipating
I should have known -- It was in your eyes
That you were gettin tired of waiting
You wanted me so much -- But I didnt get it
How could a fellow be so blind?
I started to give up -- But love wouldnt let it
Then you walked into my life

chorus

You wanted me so much -- But I didnt get it
How could a fellow be so blind?
Started to give up -- But love wouldnt let it
And you walked into my life

chorus

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Song Fact:

The Tune Rock Steady by The Whispers hit number 7 on the U.S. pop charts in Aug of 1987.

The Whispers Artist Fact:

Scotty Scott’s fluid, melodic vocal stylings distinguished the group. His lead vocals are featured on nearly all the Whispers’ biggest hits. In their heyday, Scott’s voice was as recognizable as the Isley Brothers’ Ronald Isley....Read The_Whispers Bio

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