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Lyrics Radio Song REM

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Hey, I canít find nothing on the radio
Yo! turn to that station
The world is collapsing
Around our ears
I turned up the radio
But I canít hear it
When I got to the house
And I called you out
I could tell that you had been crying, crying
Itís that same sing song on the radio
It makes me sad
I meant to turn it off
To say goodbye
To leave in quiet
that radio song
Hey hey hey
Iíve everything to show
Iíve everything to hide
Look into my eyes
Listen
When I got to the show
Yo ho ho
I could tell that you had been crying, crying
Itís that same sing song, and the DJ sucks
It makes me sad
I tried to turn it off (turn it off)
To say goodbye my love
That radio song
Hey hey hey
The world is collapsing
Around our ears
I turned up the radio
But I canít hear it
Yeah, baby, baby, baby
I tried to sing along
But damn that radio song
Hey hey hey
Iíve everything to show
Iíve everything to hide
Look into my eyes listen to the radio
I turned up the radio
But I canít hear it
No, I canít hear it
Hey hey hey
Say whatí
Hey hey hey
Hey hey hey
Check it out
What are you saying
What are you playing
Who are you obeying
Day out, day in, huhí
Baby baby baby
That stuff is driving me crazy
DJs communicate to the masses
Sex and violent classes
Now our children grow up prisoners
All their lives radio listeners

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