All Right (DJ X-Play Radio Cut)




All Right (DJ X-Play Radio Cut)

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Cut jeans, them true religion. Oh. See there she goes. All up in the club with that cammle toe. Got no rythem, still on the floor. Partying with the scean with the sticks that glow. Rockstellas, that just hit. Gotta tweet that, post on twitter. Something 'bout that drop Mrs Silva. Lets go, Trina Willma. I wanna party like a dj, spin a drink or two.

"That's All Right Mama" is a song written and originally performed by blues singer Arthur Crudup and recorded in It "stands as a convincing front-runner for rock ‘n’ roll’s ground zero", according to one source. It is best known as the debut single recorded and released by Elvis y's version was recorded on July 5, , and released on J, with "Blue Moon.


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