Ridin' With The Radio

Album: Farmer's Daughter (2010)
  • Whatever happened,
    Oh, to good ol' rock 'n' roll
    Whatever became of, mm,
    Rhythm and blues and soul
    I'll do what it takes, now,
    'Cause I just wanna
    Make your mind feel good
    The shit that they play now,
    Oh, it just don't feel like it should

    So open your heart, open your mind,
    Turn down the hate, turn up the kind
    Give me some shelter,
    Show me some love,
    Let's get together,
    one is not enough

    If you wanna sing a song, you just sing it
    We're ridin' with the radio
    You wanna bring a friend,
    You just bring 'em
    Then we can sing it in a stereo
    You wanna sing a song, sing a song,
    Sing a song, ooh, just sing it,
    Yeah, yeah, yeah,
    Yeah, yeah, yeah

    I know I see kindness,
    Mm, when I look into your eyes
    Why you trying to hide it
    Oh, honey, just let your love light shine
    Get back to the roots, now,
    Of these rhythm and harmonies
    And just love, love, love,
    Love, love

    If you wanna sing a song, you just sing it
    We're riding with the radio
    You wanna bring a friend,
    You just bring 'em
    Then we can sing it in a stereo
    You wanna sing a song, sing a song,
    Sing a song, ooh, just sing it,
    Yeah, yeah, yeah,
    Yeah, yeah, yeah

    If you wanna sing a song, you just sing it,
    Mm, we're riding with the radio
    You wanna bring a friend,
    You just bring 'em
    Then we can sing it in a stereo
    You wanna sing a song, you just sing it
    We're riding with the radio
    You wanna bring a friend,
    You just bring 'em
    Then we can sing it in stereo
    You wanna sing a song, sing a song,
    Sing a song, ooh, just sing it,
    Yeah, yeah, yeah,
    Yeah, yeah, yeah

    Hey, yeah, yeah, oh,
    Love, love, love,
    You just gotta love, baby,
    Ooh, oh,
    You just gotta love, baby,
    Mm, If you wanna sing a song,
    You just sing it Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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