Viva viva viva la radio
How I love my radio
I take it with me wherever I go
How I love to hear the sound
I like to play it nice and out loud

[Chorus]
Radi-o-ooo, that's it, I love it
Radi-o-ooo, turn it up, turn it up
Radi-o-ooo, louder, louder
Radi-o-ooo, I love it, I love it
Viva viva viva la radio
Viva viva viva la radio
Viva viva viva la radio
Viva viva viva la radio

How I wish I was a dj
I'd play my favourite music everyday
Radio lolly is what it would be
And you can come and dance and party with me

[Chorus]

Salsa

[Repeat: x2]
Viva viva viva la radio


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Viva La Radio Lyrics as written by Michael Rose Nicholas Foster

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    This song, her debut solo single release, was highlighted by... erm...

    Seriously, though, this song had some great instrumentation, a rockin' beat, and some seriously good high vocals from Ms Keppel. (She's 22, you know, not 16 as people think)

    Bobo192on July 24, 2002   Link
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    Keppel? Her real name's Anna Kumble, I am no fan of hers by any means, I just happen to know someone who is related to her.

    angst_pixieon August 31, 2005   Link
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    Keppel? Her real name's Anna Kumble, I am no fan of hers by any means, I just happen to know someone who is related to her.

    angst_pixieon August 31, 2005   Link
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    Keppel? Her real name's Anna Kumble, I am no fan of hers by any means, I just happen to know someone who is related to her.

    angst_pixieon August 31, 2005   Link
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    General Comment

    Keppel? Her real name's Anna Kumble, I am no fan of hers by any means, I just happen to know someone who is related to her.

    angst_pixieon August 31, 2005   Link
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    sounds like she likes her radio, she takes it wherever she goes, you know.

    x___emmaon May 26, 2006   Link

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