Alan Jackson “Don’t Rock The Jukebox” Music Video & Lyrics

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Country music singer-songwriter Alan Jackson's 1991 smash hit "Don't Rock The Jukebox" will take you on a trip down memory lane! Check it out here!

Country music icon Alan Jackson‘s “Don’t Rock the Jukebox” was co-written by the star alongside Roger Murrah and Keith Stegall. Released in April 1991, the song was the lead single and title-track from the album Don’t Rock the Jukebox. The tune became the Georgia native’s his second consecutive No. 1 single on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks charts.

Enjoy the official music video which also features George Jones below!

“Don’t Rock The Jukebox” Lyrics

Don’t rock the jukebox
I want to hear some Jones
‘Cause my heart ain’t ready
For the Rolling Stones
I don’t feel like rockin’
Since my baby’s gone
So don’t rock the jukebox
Play me a country song
Before you drop that quarter
Keep one thing in mind
You got a heart-broke hillbilly
Standing here in line
I’ve been down and lonely
Ever since she left
Before you punch that number
Could I make one request
Don’t rock the jukebox
I want to hear some Jones
‘Cause my heart ain’t ready
For the Rolling Stones
I don’t feel like rockin’
Since my baby’s gone
So don’t rock the jukebox
Play me a country song
I ain’t got nothin’
Against rock and roll
But when your heart’s been broken
You need a song that’s slow
There ain’t nothin’ like a steel guitar
To drown a memory
Before you spend your money baby
Play a song for me
Don’t rock the jukebox
I want to hear some Jones
‘Cause my heart ain’t ready
For the Rolling Stones
I don’t feel like rockin’
Since my baby’s gone
So don’t rock the jukebox
Play me a country song
Yeah, don’t rock the jukebox
Play me a country song

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