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Proud Mery

słowa i muzyka: John C. Fogerty 1969 r.
(z reper tuaru „Creedence Clearwater Revival”)
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Left a good job in the city

Working for the man every night and day

And I never lost one minute of sleep

Worryin' 'bout the way things might have been



The big wheel keeps on turnin',


Proud Mary keeps on burnin'


Rollin', rollin', rollin' on the river


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Cleaned a lot of plates in Memphis

Pumped a lot of pain in New Orleans

But I never saw the good side of the city

Till I hitched a ride on the Riverboat Queen


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If you come down to the river

Bet your gonna find some people who live

You don't have to worry, cause you have no money

The people on the river are happy to give


Proud Mary”, often erroneously called „Rollin' on the River”, is a song written by American singer and guitarist John Fogerty. It was first recorded by rock band Creedence Clearwater Revival (in which Fogerty played lead guitar and sang lead vocals) on the 1969 album Bayou Country. Released as a single in January 1969, it became the band’s first top-ten hit on the U.S. Pop chart, peaking at number two, or number one according to some charts. It was the first of five singles that the band released that would reach that peak on the chart, a record for most number-two singles for a group without ever having a number-one song. The song reached number eight in the UK.


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