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Radio Music

from Arrivals by Summer Underground

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Five hours to the city
If we drive fast I think we'll make it
Some time around 1 or 2 am
I've got a bottle of gin and some cigarettes
You can share if you forget yours
I know how sometimes you forget things

I've got the engine running downstairs
So bring a change of clothes and lock the door

I thought that I was in love once,
Now I know I was just bored and tame
But I feel older now on the highway
I'll die young, but I won't die unchanged
Sometimes I get nervous in the rain

So play that radio music
I hope they play our favorite song
You can't dance to other music
'Cause its all just too damn long
Now play that radio music

Friday night in the city
Far above the things we know
32nd floor and money to blow
Let's make a lot of coffee
Let's drink it really fast
I don't want to sleep at all without you

'Cause I've got plans inside my head
and I've got a burning in my chest
and I've been dreaming way too long
Now darling, tell me you know the rest

Let's turn the lights down low
I wanna see your soul
and I know how to make you smile if I try
What if all I need is you
My blue eyed baby?
Just hold me close and rock me slow

And play that radio music
I hope they play our favorite song
You know the way that you're moving
It really turns me on
You know I've never ever been to California
I've never dreamed about L.A.
Just give me midnight New York City
and I'll know I'm on my way
Play that radio music all night long


from Arrivals, released October 23, 2013


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indie pop duo, Chrissy Sandman & Grant Carey

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