"The Radio Song" as written by Bernie Leadon and Gene Clark....
Fifteen miles from Memphis I think that was the sign
I'll be drivin' through tomorrow just to lose a worried mind
If I reach Colorado I won't look back where I've been
It seems so long since I have seen her; where will I begin?

Night before last walkin', facin' four rooms worth of floor
It isn't long since she's been gone but now I need her more
A wise man wrote what isn't there is what you want to find
So now I'll have to find her so that I won't lose my mind

I've listened to the radio all the music that is on
But every song they're playin' is about a love that's gone
A hundred thousand miles it seems since yesterday
It hasn't been that long but fate just lays it on that way

I've listened to the radio all the music that is on
But every song they're playin' is about a love that's gone
A hundred thousand miles it seems since yesterday
It hasn't been that long but fate just lays it on that way

Fifteen miles from Memphis I think that was the sign
I'll be drivin' through tomorrow just to lose a worried mind
If I reach Colorado I won't look back where I've been
It seems so long since I have seen her; where will I begin?


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"The Radio Song" as written by Peter Buck Bill Berry

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