Date: 9/30/96; 7:13:50 AM
From: Dan Nicholas
Subject: Mr. Radio
MR. RADIO (by Roderick Taylor; recorded by Trisha Yearwood)
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Am Am G/A G/A Am Am G/A G/A
[intro]
Am Am Am Am
Oh, what a summer day when we carried the radio home
Am Am Am Am
Bringing him in off of the truck and the dogs wouldn't leave us alone
(G/B) C C D D Am Am Am Am
Mister Radio, you come down here to keep us company
Am Am Am Am
We listened in a room through the miles and the miles of night
Am Am Am Am
Deep in the heart of the Bible Belt in the gold of the radio light
(G/B) C C D D Am Am Am Am
Mister Radio, you come down here to keep us company
Am Am Am Am
And itUs hard days out in the field, and the crow's in the high treetop
Am Am Am Am
If a man's away from his home all day, his chickens might fall to the fox
(G/B) C C D D Am Am Am Am
Mister Radio, what can you do about that, oh ho
F - C D - G - E Am Am F - C D - G - E Am Am Am Am
[instrumental]
Am Am Am Am
And you can take me down to a river town where the citizens dance till dawn
Am Am Am Am
They dance so close, it's a sin almost, the way they carry on
(G/B) C C D D Am Am Am Am
Mister Radio, I never dreamed you could
Am Am Am Am
And it's miles of the careless touch of a tired hand in time
Am Am Am Am
When evening fell, I heard a stranger sell dreams that were never mine
(G/B) C C D D Am Am Am Am
Mister Radio, you come down here to keep us company
C C D D Am Am Am Am
You come down here to keep us company
F - C D - G - E Am Am F - C D - G - E Am Am Am Am G/A.
[instrumental]
Original From: [email protected] (Adam Schneider)
Submitted by [email protected] (Dan Nicholas)




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