Radio Song

Album: Warpaint (2019)
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  • Sometimes the time just slips away
    Sometimes there's nothing left to say
    But I know I'm already gone
    Weighing me down with bills to pay
    So many things are in the way
    But I know it won't last long

    I hear the radio playing my favorite song
    Don't you just stand there, turn it up
    I really need to have some fun

    I see the struggle in my eyes
    What I've become, it has to die
    But I know I'm already gone
    Trying so hard to live in faith
    I triumph and then I fall from grace
    But I know it won't last long

    I hear the radio playing my favorite song
    Don't you just stand there, turn it up
    I really need to have some fun
    I hear the radio playing my favorite song
    I needed this, I was in a rut
    Sometimes everything's way too much

    I looked at all the things that happened
    I see my part, I learned my lesson
    Torn apart, I'm ready for a brand new start
    Everything I took for granted
    The simple things are all that mattered
    Tears I cried, I sing it with a troubled mind

    One of these days I'll say goodbye
    Nothing is left but space and time
    'Cause I know I'm already gone

    I hear the radio playing my favorite song
    Don't you just stand there, turn it up
    I really need to have some fun
    I hear the radio playing my favorite song
    I needed this, I was in a rut
    Sometimes everything's way too much

    I hear the radio playing my favorite song
    I needed this, I was in a rut
    Sometimes everything's way too much
    I hear the radio playing my

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