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Rock down to electric avenue eddy grant
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"Electric Avenue" is a song written, recorded and produced by Eddy Grant, who released it from . Select "Eddy Grant" from the artist drop-down menu. Retrieved 6 May "South African Rock Lists Website SA Charts – Acts (G)". Hey, we gonna rock down to Electric Avenue And then we'll take it higher [Outro] Rock it in the daytime.
Rock it in the night. Rock it eeh-dum-pum-pay. Oooh, in. Electric Avenue by Eddy Grant song meaning, lyric interpretation, video and which Grant refers to in the opening line, "Down in the street there is violence.". Sep 3, The chorus – “Rock down to Electric Avenue” – suggested cars or motorcycles, so I looped a snare drum roll and distorted it, so it sounded like.
Lyrics to 'Electric Avenue' by Eddy Grant. Boy / Boy / Now in the street there is Oh no we gonna rock down to electric avenue. And then we'll take it higher. Oh we gonna rock down to Electric Avenue And then we'll take it higher. Workin' so hard like a soldier. Can't afford a thing on TV Deep in my heart I'm a warrior. Electric avenue is a street in Brixton, London where Eddy is from. The area Rocking down to electric avenue is them choosing to stay out of the riots.
Taking it. I have annoyed enough people just busting out singing the main chorus we gonna rock down to electric ave or my version you got to get on through electric ave. Apr 20, Q: Seriously, Eddy, what're we gonna do?
A: We gonna rock down to Electric Avenue. Q: And then what? A: And then we take it higher. Apr 10, Sadiq Khan and Eddy Grant at Brixton's Electric Avenue prevail: “We're gonna rock down to Electric Avenue / And then we'll take it higher.”.