"Pink Emerson Radio" as written by and Kathleen Margaret Edwards....
Painted over the walls,
The saddest color of blue.
Posters covered in glass.
Favorite curbside grab.
Red Valentine's card,
Stuck on the mirror to keep.
Record player made of tubes,
Spinning Tommy by The Who.

(Chorus)
There's no time to waste.
There's no time to wait.

Keys on the hook by the door,
For the truck sold years ago.
Standing guitars in the case,
Filling up closet space.
Vintage forties wardrobe.
Pink Emerson radio.
Old lace dress I bought in the store.
Motorcycle boots on the floor.

(Chorus)

Sirens up on the street,
Smoke is burning my eyes.
And the neighbors are screaming at me,
I can only carry one thing.
I can only carry one thing.

(Chorus)


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"Pink Emerson Radio" as written by Kathleen Margaret Edwards

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    General CommentThis is a great song. I assume it's about a fire taking place and the person is trying to pick what they can take with them, always one of the hardest decisions to make, I'd dither way too much.
    dark_maiden101on August 21, 2006   Link

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