"That's Why God Made The Radio" as written by and Joseph Thomas Laurence John Millas....
Tuning in the latest star
From the dashboard of my car
Cruisin' at seven
Push button heaven
Capturing memories from afar
In my car

That's why God made the radio
So tune right in, everywhere you go
He waved His hand, gave us rock 'n roll
The soundtrack of falling in love
That's why God made the radio

Feel the music in the air
Find a song to take us there
It's paradise when I lift up my antenna
Receiving your signal like a prayer
Like a prayer

That's why God made the radio
So tune right in, everywhere you go
He waved His hand, gave us rock 'n roll
The soundtrack of falling in love
That's why God made the radio

Making this night a celebration
Spreading the love and sunshine
To a whole new generation
Whole new generation

That's why God made
That's why God made
That's why God made the radio

That's why God made (the radio)
That's why God made
That's why God made the radio (for fallin' in love)

That's why God made (the radio)
That's why God made
That's why God made the radio

That's why God made (the radio)
That's why God made (God made)
That's why God made the radio (for fallin' in love)


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"That's Why God Made the Radio" as written by Brian Douglas Wilson Joseph Thomas

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    General CommentThis song proves that after 50 year, the beach boys are still rocking and rolling. It gives us beautiful harmonies and adds a modern twist to it as well as the classic rhythm and instruments. It is about the band still remembering the old times when hearing their songs on the radio, and it shows that even though the members are fading, the legend of the beach boys will live on for generations to come
    gideongabrielon December 03, 2015   Link

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