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Do you hear the voice on the radio
Screaming noise, noise, noise?
Telling us what we need
Have we lost our choice?

The static fuzz from talking heads
Across airwaves for walking dead
Over saturation, so much emptiness
So much emptiness

Do you hear the voice on the radio
Screaming noise, noise, noise?
Selling us all their greed
Have we lost our voice?

There is no poetry, no stories to be told
No more songs, just noise, noise, noise
Noise, noise, noise

Do you hear the voice on the radio?
Go to sleep, go to sleep, go to sleep, children
Make believe, just a dream, make believe, children
You're in your deepest sleep, in your darkest dream
It's all around you now

Getting the urge to destroy when all I see is static
Getting the urge to destroy, sleep walking addicts
Sleep walking addicts

Do you hear the voice on the radio?
Do you hear the voice on the radio?
Do you hear the voice on the radio?
Do you hear the voice on the radio?



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