"Break the Radio" as written by Gary Scott Burr and Reed Nielsen....
There are songs that bring back memories
That's what good songs do
I remember this one playing
On the night that I met you
You sang it to me in the moonlight
No voice ever sounded that way
Yes the melody that we danced to
Haunts me to this day


Chorus:
I hear it in the street, I hear it in the car
It's on every button that I've pushed so far
I can't turn it off, I can't walk away
The next time I hear that song play
I'm gonna do what I should've done long ago
Whoa, I'm gonna break the radio


It takes a lot to make me angry
I've never been a violent man
But I'm gonna start carrying a hammer
And keeping it close at hand
If silence really is golden
I don't need and on/off switch
No this ball peen hammer I'm a holdin'
Is about to make me rich


Chorus:
I hear it in the street, I hear it in the car
It's on every button that I've pushed so far
I can't turn it off, I can't walk away
The next time I hear that song play
I'm gonna do what I should've done long ago
Whoa, I'm gonna break the radio


Sparks are gonna fly out
The music's gonna die out
The DJ's gonna cry out loud


Chorus:
I hear it in the street, I hear it in the car
It's on every button that I've pushed so far
I can't turn it off, I can't walk away
The next time I hear that song play
I'm gonna do what I should've done long ago
Whoa, I'm gonna break the radio


Yes, I'm gonna break the radio
Whoa, I'm gonna break the radio






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"Break the Radio" as written by Reed Nielsen Gary Scott Burr

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