The Rolling Stones, "Road Runner"



Written by the Great Bo Diddley,"Road Runner"  was recorded by The Rolling Stones during one of their first sessions at IBC Studios in Londonon March 11, 1963.




"Well I'm a roadrunner, honey Well I'm a roadrunner, honey I bet you can't keep up with me Well I'm a roadrunner, man I bet you can't keep up with me Ah, you'll never gonna catch me baby Baby, baby, you will see Well I'm a roadrunner man And I'm gonna keep ahead of you Well I'm a roadrunner man And I'm gonna keep ahead of you Ah, you'll never gonna catch me baby Doing the things that you do Ah, here it comes now Watch me! Take my hand baby Gonna show you, I'm a roadrunning man I'm gonna show you something I'm the fastest still alive Now lean you back Hear I come Well I'm a roadrunner, honey I bet you can't keep up with me Well I'm a roadrunner, man And I bet you can't keep up with me Well you'll never gonna catch me baby Baby, baby, you will see Well I'm a roadrunner, honey I'm gonna keep ahead of you Yeah I'm a roadrunner, honey I'm gonna keep ahead of you You'll never gonna catch me baby Doing the things that you do Here, take my hand baby Didn't think you fast, make it last. I'm going to put you down Yeah! I'll see you someday, Someday baby hanging 'round"