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 Artist: John Hiatt Album: Little Head

    Song: Pirate Radio



Well, those electric sheep to the valley they keep walkinOn the radio
waves selling tennis shoes and beerIt induces sleep when that DJ
starts his squawkin'I'm lookin' for one song to save me on this
midnight clear So how far do we have to go to hear that Pirate
Radio?One song that could steal our heartsBefore they turn into silver
and goldWell I'm drivin' my care real slow and my baby wants to
knowWhen we gonna hear our song on that Pirate Radio? One star in the
sky so I named it Ottis ReddingOr maybe Marvin Gaye lookin' for his
Tammi TurellThere ain't no mountain high enough to stop this
weddingRollin' out of Memphis to Detroit I can hear those bells So how
far do we have to go to hear that Pirate Radio?One song that could
steal our heartsBefore they turn into silver and goldWell I'm drivin'
my care real slow and my baby wants to knowWhen we gonna hear our song
on that Pirate Radio? Well, we've been drivin' all night, ever since
we were teenagers,Up to that border town where the outlaw station air
wavesWhere the DJ's outta sight and his heart is so courageousAnd he
loves every song that he's puttin' on for the free and brave So how
far do we have to go to hear that Pirate Radio?One song that could
steal our heartsBefore they turn into silver and goldWell I'm drivin'
my care real slow and my baby wants to knowWhen we gonna hear our song
on that Pirate Radio?

 

  




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Well, those electric sheep to the valley they keep walkinOn the radio
waves selling tennis shoes and beerIt induces sleep when that DJ
starts his squawkin'I'm lookin' for one song to save me on this
midnight clear So how far do we have to go to hear that Pirate
Radio?One song that could steal our heartsBefore they turn into silver
and goldWell I'm drivin' my care real slow and my baby wants to
knowWhen we gonna hear our song on that Pirate Radio? One star in the
sky so I named it Ottis ReddingOr maybe Marvin Gaye lookin' for his
Tammi TurellThere ain't no mountain high enough to stop this
weddingRollin' out of Memphis to Detroit I can hear those bells So how
far do we have to go to hear that Pirate Radio?One song that could
steal our heartsBefore they turn into silver and goldWell I'm drivin'
my care real slow and my baby wants to knowWhen we gonna hear our song
on that Pirate Radio? Well, we've been drivin' all night, ever since
we were teenagers,Up to that border town where the outlaw station air
wavesWhere the DJ's outta sight and his heart is so courageousAnd he
loves every song that he's puttin' on for the free and brave So how
far do we have to go to hear that Pirate Radio?One song that could
steal our heartsBefore they turn into silver and goldWell I'm drivin'
my care real slow and my baby wants to knowWhen we gonna hear our song
on that Pirate Radio?

                            
							
                                    
                            

							


John Hiatt  - Pirate Radio


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