The track with the line You can't kill rock'n'roll; it's here to stay is called You Can't Kill Rock'n'Roll and is by Ozzy Osbourne.
Well, maybe so...but the song Rock 'n Roll is here to stay was written, words and music, by David White, in 1957 and performed by Danny and the Juniors. David White also, in collaboration with Arthur Singer and John Medora, wrote At the Hop...also performed by Danny and the Juniors.
Me 'n Rock 'n Roll Are Here to Stay was created in 1973.
Rock and Roll is here to Stay was released by Danny and the Juniors in 1958. It peaked at number 19 on the charts.
Danny and the Juniors
The song was charted by Danny and the Juniors in the late fifties.
It went to number 19 in 1958
Rock and Roll is here to stay' was performed and popularized by Danny and the Juniors, a group formed by four high school friends in the 1950s. Though this one made the Top 20 in 1958, the song that catapulted the group to fame was their first single and gold-selling hit 'At the Hop' which stayed seven weeks as number one in December 1957. 'Rock and Roll is here to stay' was written by David White Tricker, a.k.a. Dave White, one of the members of the band.
ANY!!! Rock and Roll is here to stay, and though its changing always, it is the influence of the rockers that keeps it going. One day, it will die, but then it will be "classic rock", and then "oldies", but people still will listen, but name it something else.
Rock and Roll by Eric Hutchinson
The Song is Rock and Roll by Eric Hutchinson =)
Robert Frost wrote "Nothing Gold Can Stay." He also wrote the poem "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening."
A pumpkin roll when refrigerated will stay fresh for at least two weeks. It will stay good in the freezer for up to a month as well.
I plan stay here for 3 months