"Turn Your Radio On" as written by and Albert E. Brumley Sr.....
Come and listen in to a radio station
Where the mighty host of heaven sing
Turn your radio on (Turn your radio on)
Turn your radio on (Turn your radio on)
If you want to hear the songs of Zion
Coming from the land of endless spring
Get in touch with God

Turn your radio on (Turn your radio on)
Turn your radio on (Turn your radio on)
And listen to the music in the air
Turn your radio on (Turn your radio on)

And glory to share
Turn your lights down low
And listen to the Master's radio
Get in touch with God
Turn your radio on

Brother listen in to the Gloryland chorus
Listen to the glad hosanna's roll
Turn Your radio on turn your radio on
Get a little taste of joys awaiting
Get a little heaven in your soul
Get in touch with God

Turn your radio on
Turn your radio on (Turn your radio on)
And listen to the music in the air
Turn your radio on (Turn your radio on)
And glory to share
Turn your lights down low

And listen to the Master's radio
Get in touch with God
Turn your radio on

Listen to the songs of the fathers and the mothers
And the many friends gone on before
Turn your radio on turn turn your radio on
Some eternal morning we shall meet them
Over on the hallelujah shore
Get in touch with God
Turn your radio on

Turn your radio on (Turn your radio on)
And listen to the music in the air
Turn your radio on (Turn your radio on)
And glory to share
Turn your lights down low

And listen to the Master's radio
Get in touch with God
Turn your radio on
Get in touch with God
Turn your radio on


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"Turn Your Radio On" as written by Roger Mcguinn Chris Hillman

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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