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Lady Radio

by Rise Bailey Rise

Lady Radio was inspired by a chapter in the God Delusion by Richard Dawkins. The songs talks of John Frum and the cargo cults of the Pacific islands.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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Rise Bailey Rise is singer, songwriter, loop pedal artist Rich Patmore from the UK. This track is the single for his forthcoming EP 'Three of Four' which, as the name suggests is the 3rd in a series of self produced EPs recorded in his make shift home studio.

Lady Radio by Rise Bailey Rise

Deserted churches,  missionaries gone
Expel the sickness for King John

Awaiting cargo, spending spree

Recent myths and prophecies
Bamboo towers, wooden cans

Decoy airwaves, mountain sounds
Wild ancestors, regained youth

Bleached ringleaders, arrested abuse

Lady Radio say, he will come
, King of America, year Unknown

And after 2000 years of waiting gone
,Fair to say 19 ain’t that long

Listening boxes, glowing lights

Curious voices, through the night


Uniforms and marching men

Rituals for John to send

With her wires wrapped around her waste

No one understands a word she says

Oh she’s my Lady Radio, yeah she’s my Lady Radio
She’s my Lady Radio

She’s my Lady Radio

Lady Radio say, he will come

King of America, year Unknown

2000 years of waiting gone

19 really ain’t that long

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