Radio Girl

by Marshall Crenshaw

Marshall Howard Crenshaw (born November 11, 1953) is an American singer, songwriter and guitarist best known for his song "Someday, Someway", a top-40 hit in 1982.




Well I don't know what she looks like 
I've never seen her face before 
But I hear her on my radio 
From 1a.m. till 4 

She's playing all my favorite records 
She tells me all the latest news 
I take her into my bed each night 
And she rocks away my blues 

'Cause she's my girl, my radio girl 
Well sometimes in the middle of the night 
I call her on the telephone 
When I hear her voice on the other end 
I don't feel all alone 

Then I ask her to play that old song for me 
This is a man's man's world 
She always plays it right away 
'Cause she's my radio girl 
She's my girl, my radio girl 

Hey what's that sound 
What do you call that sound 
I like the stuff you play 
And the things you say 
Oh come on and gimme some rock music 
Or some are

Written by: KURT NEUMANN, MARSHALL CRENSHAW, SAM LLANAS

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