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from And the Etceteras by Marshall Holland

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© ℗ 2013 Marshall Holland, BMI
Published by TuneCore Digital Music, BMI
All rights reserved. Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws.

Recorded and produced by Marshall Holland

All Instrumentation and vocals by Marshall Holland

lyrics

You seemed so depressed when you turned on your radio
I know you felt so abused
Couldn't seem to find that rockstar frequency
Playing your new tune
So you call the DJ and the program director
You had nothing to lose
You told them that rock music gets you revvin' to a brand new day
But they laughed at you

From the FM to the AM
They're all corporate wave
Just blame it on the digital DJ

If you hear my song
Would you tell me so?
And turn up the dial on your stereo?
It's all worthwhile
That radio style

You turn up the music when you go out for a morning drive
You need that rock 'n' roll fix
But you should know you're listening to a signal from a satellite
Owned by conglomerates.
So you tune out, turn off and break of your antenna
Who needs repetitive hits
Syndicated mass control
You better do what you've been
Shout and raise your fist

With cookie-cutter formats it's just a jukebox
So you might swell save your dime 'cause radio's lost

If you hear my song
Would you tell me so?
And turn up the dial on your stereo?
It's all worthwhile
That radio style

Single trough the atmosphere is changing all the people below
With this message and revelation
So put on your sunday shoes and overthrow the stations

f you hear my song
Would you tell me so?
And turn up the dial on your stereo?
It's all worthwhile
That radio style

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from And the Etceteras, released January 14, 2014

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Marshall Holland San Francisco, California

Singer/Songwriter of the world famous songs like "When the Rain Comes" "She Buys a Dress (to Match with Her Pink Belt)" and "Whatcha Gonna Do" that aired on the legendary Rodney Bingenheimer Show on SiriusXM and also reached #1 on the Mike Rogers Show on Love FM in Japan.
The new album Paper Airplane is flying high across the globe!
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