"Let It Rock" is a song by Chuck Berry from his 1960 album Rockin' at the Hops. The same year, it was released as a single and reached #64 in the United States on the Billboard Hot 100chart and #6 in the UK.

The song was originally credited to Edward Anderson; Chuck Berry's complete name is Charles Edward Anderson Berry.

The song is about working on a train track as a train is headed toward the workers. This song has been covered by The Grateful DeadRockpileThe Rolling StonesMotörheadJerry Garcia,Hasil AdkinsThe YardbirdsWidespread PanicThe MC5Bob Segerthe Stray CatsGeorge ThorogoodThe Head CatShadows of KnightJohn OatesThe Georgia Satellites and Jeff Lynne.

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"Let it Rock" (recorded live at Leeds in 1971) was released as a B-side of "Brown Sugar" in 1971 in UK only, and was included on the Spanish version of Sticky Fingers.

In 1972 "Let it Rock" was released as a single in Germany, backed with "Blow with Ry" from the 1972 album Jamming with Edward!.

"Let it Rock" opens the concert video The Rolling Stones: Some Girls Live In Texas '78, released in 2011.

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