Radioland

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Words & Music by Lindy Hearne & Hal Greenwood
An homage to radio DJs around the globe and throughout time, and all the good vibes and songs -- old and new -- they send our way!

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Radioland
Words & Music by Lindy Hearne & Hal Greenwood

1.
I was born in Radioland.
Ears wide open and the dial in my hand.
Anything the ether could whisper at my fingertips.
I would hear Joni Mitchell sing
Of clouds and taxis as guitar chords ring.
And the murmur of electric kisses would brush my lips.

Come in. Come in. Come in, Sargent Pepper.
Come in. Come in. Wilson Pickett, you old high stepper.
Come in!

2.
Ridin’ the winds of Radioland
At the field behind the concession stand.
From the back seat, you could hear “On the Dock of the Bay.”
Skippin’ over a little static and noise,
John Sebastian and the rest of the boys
Heat up the "Summer in the City" with the things they say

Come in. Come in. Come in, Bobby and Joan
Come in. Come in. Come in “Like a Rollin’ Stone.”
Come in!

3.
Oh, the endless signals of Radioland
Scatter on the shores of stars like sand.
It’s all out there more that eight miles high.
If I could just hear those songs once.
Let those speakers quaver and roar
Maybe I’d get another glimpse of “Lucy in the Sky”

Come in. Come in. Come in, Elvis and Hank.
Come in. Come in. Come in, The Left Banke.
Come in!

Reprise 1.

Come in. Come in. Come in, “Good Golly Miss Molly.”
Come in. Come in. Come in, Buddy Holly.
Come in. Come in. Come in, Janice and Grace.
Come in. Come in. Come in every small face.
Come in. Come in. Come in, “Monster Mash.”
Come in. Come in. Come in, Johnny Cash.
Come in. Come in. Come in!

credits

from Simpatico (2016), released September 23, 2016
Lynn Adler & Lindy Hearne - vocals
Lindy Hearne - acoustic rhythm guitar and harmonica
Lloyd Maines - pedal steel guitar and electric bass
Pat Manske - percussion

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Adler & Hearne Winnsboro, Texas

From Texas’ upper east side near the rural arts hamlet of Winnsboro, award-winning performing songwriters Lynn Adler and Lindy Hearne (self-proclaimed “organic song farmers”) tour nationally, serving up fresh-picked songs with jazz undertones in a spirited genre they define simply as "Texas Folk." ... more

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