"Reggae Radio Station" as written by William Alexander Clark, K. Michael M. Cooper, Stephen Haldane Coore, Richard Daley and William John Lee Stewart....
You're tuned to the sound of
R-E-G-G-A-E, hey
Reggae radio station
Rockin' through the nation
Reggae radio station
Rockin' through the nation
Hey, hey radio station, play one for me
Nice of my feelings
Hey radio station, play one for me
'Cause the sound of the people in my home town
Is on every airwave at the heart of every sound
In all major capitals of the world
It's all around, everyone's lovin' it
And I'm lovin' it I hope you tune into
Reggae radio station ,rockin' through the nation
Reggae radio station rockin' through the nation
Now, hey, brother DJ play one for me
You're my selection spin one for me
And, what are we seeing on the evening news
Is we Reggae children, we got the positive views
So, reggae rub, rub, rub-rub
Mek we dub, dub, dub-dub
'Cause this we know
And we don't play no war, hunger
On our baseland shore
Music and electricity
This is the blood of you and me
Tune in, brother, lend an ear
This is reggae music on the air
Every hour on the hour
Flashing from the country tower
Super kilo megawatt limited music power
Children sing with me
Oooh,oooh
Won't you stay tuned to
Reggae radio station rockin' through the nation
Reggae radio station rockin' through the nation



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"Reggae Radio Station" as written by Richard Daley K. Michael M. Cooper

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