"Vanilla Radio" as written by and David Leslie Walls....
Turn the radio down
Turn the radio down, down
Vanilla Radio woah-oh

Down with the music go round
Down with the music go round, now
(Vanilla Radio) woah-oh
Vanilla Radio woah-oh
Vanilla Radio woah-oh
Vanilla Radio
You're lost in the audio
(I want my radio)
Where's my Elvis? (x8)

All that the kids will allow
All that the kids will allow now
(Vanilla Radio) woah-oh

So turn the radio down
Turn the radio down, down
Vanilla Radio woah-oh

Vanilla Radio woah-oh
Vanilla Radio woah-oh
Vanilla Radio
You're lost in the audio
(I want my radio)
Where's my Elvis? (x8)

Vanilla Radio woah-oh
Vanilla Radio woah-oh
Vanilla Radio
You're lost in the audio
(I want my radio)
Where's my Elvis? (x16)


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"Vanilla Radio" as written by David Leslie Walls

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    General CommentI think this is just about how everything on the radio sounds the same these days. Vanilla can mean standard, or ordinary.

    'All that the kids will allow' - this is the kind of stuff that kids want to listen to, so more and more bands pump out the same stuff.

    'Where's my Elvis' - could mean 'where is the next interesting thing?'
    Rollokon September 30, 2009   Link

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