Your Song On The Radio

by Charles Cave

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Wanted to take a train to come and see you up there,
But you know these days it’s cheaper just to fly.
And I’m the first to admit there were moments since we split,
Where I thought it could be easier to die.
I’m coming all this way, to tell you that I don’t care;
I’m better off without you, and alone.
And when I’ve said my piece, and given you your things,
I’ll turn around and make my way home.

But they’re playing your song on the radio,
I said I didn’t like it, but I lied.
And now they’re playing your song, on the radio,
And all that I can do is cry.

Wanted to take a pill so I might feel a little less,
But ti dropped me in a dream with you.
And though I don’t recall very much of what occurred,
It coloured several days so blue.
I’ve set about the house, doing things I meant to do
And left scribbled in a book by my bed.
I couldn’t bring myself to throw out memories of you
Incase you want them when I see you next.

But they’re playing your song on the radio,
I said I didn’t like it, but I lied.
And now they’re playing your song, on the radio,
And all that I can do is cry.

Wanted to give my heart to another love again,
But felt dishonest even if we’re through.
I’m softened by the loss, but don’t think of us a lot,
And hope that things are going well for you too.

But they’re playing your song on the radio,
I said I didn’t like it, but I lied.
And now they’re playing your song, on the radio,
And all that I can do is cry.

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released February 12, 2016
Written, performed, recorded and mixed by Charles Cave.

Mastered by Tim Burns at Thrum Studio.


Published by BMG Chrysalis

Management / Press enquiries - nathan.mcgough@redlightmanagement.com

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