"Hot City Radio" as written by John Philip Clark and Joseph Bortscheller....
Well you'll be driving home
With your mind in two different places
I'm one, just one of those
But little do you know
Well, I'm rolling loud and clear through your stereo

Hung yourself to the radio, you're something now
Yeah, It's better than nothing
Owe my life to the radio
Mama taught me well
We always wanted to win it

Well you've been feeling low
You get high to shut out the world
Yeah, you let it go
But little do you know
Well I'm rolling loud and clear through your stereo

Lace these lines with a touch of it (the night before)
Our debut drops on the popular waves
Saying oh my god, I'm alive
With this feeling just racing around through my veins

Hung yourself to the radio, you're something now
It's better than nothing
Owe my life to the radio
Mama taught me well
We always wanted to win it

The lyrics are dead but they're stuck in your head
Don't try to erase it
Just turn up the base, kid
Oh oh oh,
The lyrics are dead but they're stuck in your head
Don't try to erase it
Just turn up the base, kid

Oh oh oh,
Hung yourself to the radio, you're something now.
Yeah, it's better than nothing
Owe my life to the radio
Mama taught me well

Hung yourself to the radio, you're something now
Yeah, It's better than nothing
Owe my life to the radio
Mama taught me well
We always wanted to win it


Lyrics submitted by SilhouettexDreams

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