"Radioman" as written by Grant Nicholas, Taka Hirose and Jon Lee....
Waking each day
No money no pay
Living in a box alone with his pain
Kissing the rain that's pouring again
Blaming the system from where we came
Trapped inside a fish eye lens
Trying to get out cause it won't change
Money doesn't mean that much to him
But maybe another bottle of gin
Here comes that radio man
He smiles but no one sees him yeah, yeah
Here comes that radioman
Tune in you might hear him
Radioman
Living in the same old shoes
With every step the world comes through
Like a river that flows on down
Dragging him under to the sand
He rises up to another day
The people laugh, but they don't stay
They try to hide their guilt away
With a smile that says that its OK
Here comes the radioman
He smiles but no one sees him yeah, yeah
Here comes the radioman
Tune in you might hear him
Radioman, the radioman
Somebody, somebody hear me
Lift off and take me away
Here comes the radioman he smiles but no one sees him
Here comes that radioman
Tune in you might hear him
Radioman, the radioman, radioman
The radioman, radioman


Lyrics submitted by black_cow_of_death

"Radioman" as written by Taka Hirose Grant Nicholas

Lyrics © Peermusic Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentTo me, this sounds like the a tramp who is ignored by society. The people walk on by, ignoring him. He's a radioman because you can't see the people on the radio - much like the people walking on by the tramp.
    K-nuxXxon April 02, 2005   Link
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    General CommentExactly! methinks u hit the nail on the head K-nuxXx ! "Somebody hear me, lift off and take me away"
    superpants1on April 08, 2005   Link
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    General CommentWow, I didn't see the song that way, it all makes sense now. Thanks K-NuxXx!
    tommyhaychon May 08, 2007   Link

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