"Radio Heart [Live from Oxford Academy]" as written by David Hyde, David Craig, Barry Hyde and Ross Millard....
I've been waiting by the radio for someone like you
But the people that are calling in today are few and far between
You were listening
Their words are dull their syllables slow
But every day I have to call into this show
Last week I decided to give it a go
And I caught your ear when I said

[Chorus]
"I'm a man who sits at his desk
So I guess I've got nothing to lose at this request
I want a girl who doesn't like to dress to impress
A girl with a radio heart
A girl with a radio heart
We've never met but we've never been apart
A girl with a radio heart"

I took a risk and gambled on a voice I didn't know
Turned up my lonely radio
I leave my job, sell what I own
For someone who knows what the radio knows
Expose what the radio knows
I've been waiting by the radio for so long
Then you tuned in, not listening
Then I caught your ear when I said

[Chorus]

I want a girl who doesn't like to dress to impress

[Repeat: x3]
A girl with a radio heart
A girl with a radio heart
We've never met but we've never been apart
A girl with a radio heart

A girl with a radio heart
A girl with a radio heart


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"Radio Heart" as written by David Craig Barry Hyde

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