Twistin' the Night Away Song Lyrics

Rod Stewart

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Let me tell you about a place, somewhere up in New York way
Where the people are so gay, twistin' the night away
Here they have a lot of fun, puttin' trouble on the run
Oh man you'll find the old and young twistin' the night away

Here's a man in evening clothes, how he got here I don't know
But oh man, you ought to see him go, twistin' the night away
He's dancing with a chick in slacks, she's moving up and back
Oh man, there ain't nothing like twistin' the night away

Feel much better

Here's a fellow in blue jeans, who's dancing with an older queen
Dolled up in her diamond rings, twistin' the night away
Man you ought to see her go, twistin' to the rock and roll

Track Listing

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 True Blue
  • 2 Lost Paraguayos
  • 3 Mama You Been on My Mind
  • 4 Italian Girls
  • 5 Angel
  • 6 Interludings
  • 7 You Wear It Well
  • 8 I'd Rather Go Blind
  • 9 Twistin' the Night Away

  • credits

    publisher: ©Alfred
    writers: Sam Cooke
    album: Track 9 in album Never a Dull Moment
    release date: 1972
    popularity : 54 users have visited this page.
    genres: Rock Funk / Soul Blues
    styles: Blues Rock/Rock & Roll
    length: 3:16
    producer: Rod Stewart
    composer: Sam Cooke
    lyricist: Sam Cooke

    Album Information

    label: Mercury Records
    country(area): United States
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin