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Radio Ga Ga

02.10.2012 / / Country

9 Replies to “ Radio Ga Ga ”

  1. Someone still loves you Radio ga ga (ga ga) Radio ga ga (ga ga) Radio ga ga (ga ga) You had your time - you had the power You've yet to have your finest hour Radio - radio Written by TAYLOR, ROGER / AITKEN, ROGER Published by EMI Music Publishing Lyrics Provided By LyricFind Inc. Chat About Radio Ga Ga by Queen.
  2. Apr 21,  · Radio Ga Ga chords by Queen with chords drawings, easy version, 12 key variations and much more.
  3. Jul 30,  · Radio Ga Ga Album: The works () Lyrics: I'd sit alone and watch your light my only friend through teenage nights and everything i had to know i heard it on my radio radio. You gave them all those old time stars through wars of worlds - invaded by mars you made 'em laugh - you made 'em cry you made us feel like we could fly.
  4. Lyrics to 'Radio Ga Ga' by Queen: I'd sit alone and watch your light My only friend through teenage nights And everything I had to know I heard it on my radio Queen - Radio Ga Ga Lyrics | MetroLyrics.
  5. The Radio Ga Ga Podcast is available on iTunes, Spotify and wherever you listen to podcasts!If you’re enjoying the podcast, please do leave me a rating at that link – it helps so much with my ranking on iTunes, which means more people enjoying the pod!
  6. Radio Ga Ga (Live Aid) Queen. out of 5 stars 9. $ The Platinum Collection Queen. out of 5 stars 6, $ Greatest Hits Queen. out of 5 stars $ The Works Queen. out of 5 stars $ Queen 40 Limited Edition Collector's Box Set Queen. out of /5(77).
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  8. All we hear is Radio ga ga Radio goo goo. Radio ga ga All we hear is Radio ga ga Radio blah blah Radio waht's new? Radio, someone still loves you! We watch the shows - we watch the stars On videos for hour and hours We hardly need to use our ears How music changes through the years. Let's hope you never leave old friend Like all good things on.
  9. “Radio Ga Ga” is the first track off of Queen’s album “The Works”. Written by the band’s drummer Roger Taylor, derived from the term “radio caca” which he heard from his toddler. Changing the term “caca” to “ga ga” (which is where popstar Lady Gaga got her name inspiration from), turned the song into a commentary on the television overtaking the radio in terms of popularity.

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