One, two, three, four
Well it doesn't matter, she don't ride
And I don't want her to come my way
It doesn't matter, she don't mind
Man it'll come back today
I said it's alright, and baby she don't lose
And when it's outta sight, I'm gonna find my way
And it was all right
I said, I'll loose her todayyy, now
Well yeah, I got a sweet thing
Wouldn't let me home
I want you baby through the night
Ah baby, there's nothing wrong
Well I can't sleep by my way
I just say, and I said it's all right if you're coming loose
Ah babe it's outta sight and I'll work my way
And it's all right and I think I'll lose her todayyy
Now wait a minute, just wait a minute
Ahhh one more time!
Well I'm all gone and I'm coming down
And I've just seen her on my way
I never wait home and in another day
You're just a way down by my way
Sing! And I said it's all right, and I'm coming home
And then it's outta sight, baby won't you bring my way
And it's all right, the debt I'd lose today
Come on down, now!
Baby, won't you speak out my name
Yeahhh, ah won't you a-call my name
Won't you burn it back my way
I wanna leave you, when you call my name
But you come on back when I say
Just admit it's all right when I'm way down loose
Well it's outta sight, I wanna burn that way
Well it's alright, well I think I'll loose her todayyy
Hey man, is that all
Now hit me flat B, flat B!
Ma ma ma ma ma ma ma yeeeah
Well I got some draggin' won't ya be my babe
Won't you send me on my way
I said I might drag in my my my my my baby
But I won't be back away
Yeah now babe it's all right, cut that loose
And babe it's outta sight, a big highway
I said it's all right, cut her loose today
CRAZY ROCKER is a song written by Bruce Springsteen and recorded during the Darkness On The Edge Of Town sessions. The song's working title was "Crazy Rocker", but it has also been known among collectors under the title "It's Alright".
The above lyrics are transcribed from the only circulating version of CRAZY ROCKER. It was recorded sometime between October and December 1977 at The Record Plant in New York City, NY. It's a nearly finished take but the audio quality is not great; it's messy and full of indecipherable, bluffed lyrics and yelled out key changes. It can be found on the Deep Down In The Vaults (E. St. Records) and The Genuine Tracks (Scorpio) bootlegs.
As far as it's known, Bruce Springsteen has never performed DON'T SAY NO live.
As far as it's known, no artist has recorded and released Bruce Springsteen's DON'T SAY NO.
Thanks Peter Hofmann and Jake (ol'catfishinthelake at BTX and Greasy Lake) for the lyrics help.
Some of the above info about the studio recording is taken from Brucebase.
List of available versions of CRAZY ROCKER on this website:CRAZY ROCKER [Studio version]