"Ordinary Song" as written by Edward Nolan Reyes, Lee Ladouceur, Ian M. Moreno and Brian William Reyes....
Ordinary song
I love to sing along with you
I follow every word
I can't forget your tune

Heard you all these years
Through the static of the atmosphere
With crackled highs and lows
I remember long ago

I met you on the radio, radio
I met you on the radio, radio
On that night, I heard you play so well

I met you on the radio, radio
I met you on the radio, radio
On that night, I heard you play so well

Ordinary song
The sowing of new seeds
They grow from town to town
It's in the air you breathe

I met you on the radio, radio
I met you on the radio, radio
On that night, I heard you play so well

I met you on the radio, radio
I met you on the radio, radio
On that night, I heard you play so well

Why tonight? Why tonight?
Why tonight? Why tonight?
Why tonight? Why tonight?
Why tonight? Why tonight?

Why tonight?
(I met you on the radio, radio)
Why tonight?
(I met you on the radio, radio)
Why tonight?
(I met you on the radio, radio)
Why tonight?

(I met you on the radio, radio)
Why tonight?
(I met you on the radio, radio)
Why tonight?
(I met you on the radio, radio)
Why tonight?
(I met you on the radio, radio)




Lyrics submitted by eatinrice3002

"Ordinary Song" as written by Edward Nolan Reyes Brian William Reyes

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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