moemedi lynx magoro


This Damn Radio


This dawn radio is playing the same old song/
One song over and over like a fly who's persistence is strong/
well I don't blame them though cause they in business and no body is wrong/
But I just don't like how they keep playing the same damn song/
This damn radio/
I switched from metro,2000, yfm and even highveld stereo/
But I just find the same damn song playing on this damn radio/
From one dj to another the song keeps playing over and over/
They make the topics so interesting to listen to and then bamn/
those songs come up and blow your steam/
Eventually you find yourself taping your foot to its rhythm/
That very same song you hated just gets your limbs grooving/
I don't get these dj's as if there is some thing worth proving/
This damn radio/
it gives options to play it stereo and mono/ I just don't know why I hate this damn radio/
But I'm a advent listener of it though/
Or maybe I'm just a hater of the shows presenter/
That speaks so fluently and you can never hear them stutter/
No wait I think I should speak to the manager/
Yes like white people I'll get there and demand to see the manager/
Raise hell on that guy and maybe I'll write how the listener service sucks on hello peter/
Or maybe I shouldn't because even though I hate this damn radio but I'm still an advent listener/

Submitted: Friday, July 04, 2014
Edited: Friday, July 04, 2014

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