On My Radio

Album: Single release only (1979)
Charted: 8
  • I bought my baby a red radio
    He played it all day, a-go-go a-go-go
    He liked to dance to it down in the streets
    He said he loved me but he loved the beat

    But when I switch on I rotate the dial
    I could see it there driving him so wild
    I bought my baby a red radio
    He said he loved me but he had to go

    It's just the same old show on my radio
    It's just the same old show on my radio
    It's just the same old show on my radio
    It's just the same old show on my radio
    On my radio, on my radio, on my radio

    I bought my baby a red radio
    He played it all day a-go-go a-go-go
    He liked to dance to it down in the streets
    He said he loved me but he loved the beat

    It's just the same old show on my radio
    It's just the same old show on my radio
    It's just the same old show on my radio
    It's just the same old show on my radio
    On my radio on my radio on my radio

    It's just the same old show on my radio
    It's just the same old show on my radio
    It's just the same old show on my radio
    It's just the same old show on my radio
    On my radio on my radio on my radio

    It's just the same old show on my radio
    It's just the same old show on my radio
    It's just the same old show on my radio
    It's just the same old show on my radio

    It's just the same old show on my radio (I bought my baby a red radio)
    It's just the same old show on my radio (A red radio a-go-go a-go-go)
    It's just the same old show on my radio (A red radio I rotate the dial)
    It's just the same old show on my radio (A red radio driving him so wild)

    It's just the same old show on my radio (I bought my baby a red radio)
    It's just the same old show on my radio Writer/s: Neol Davies
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