October 2

Radio Ga Ga



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Posted 04.10.2019 by Milrajas in category "Rock

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  1. By Meztitaxe on
    Someone still loves you Radio ga ga (ga ga) Radio ga ga (ga ga) Radio ga ga (ga ga) You had your time - you had the power You've yet to have your finest hour Radio - radio Written by TAYLOR, ROGER / AITKEN, ROGER Published by EMI Music Publishing Lyrics Provided By LyricFind Inc. Chat About Radio Ga Ga by Queen.
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  2. By Tejar on
    Lyrics to 'Radio Ga Ga' by Queen: I'd sit alone and watch your light My only friend through teenage nights And everything I had to know I heard it on my radio Queen - Radio Ga Ga Lyrics | MetroLyrics.
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  3. By Togor on
    "Radio Ga Ga" is a song performed and recorded by the British rockband Queen, written by their drummer Roger Taylor. It was released as a single with "I Go Crazy" by Brian May as the B-side. It was included on the album The Works. The song is also featured on the band's compilation albums Greatest Hits IIand Classic Queen.
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  4. By Fenrilrajas on
    RADIO GA GA. RADIO GA GA. Home Page; Music Video Earth, Wind & Fire – Let’s Groove (Official Music Video) By Gordon Patterson November 7, Music Video Roxette – Listen To Your Heart (Official Music Video) By Gordon Patterson November 4, .
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  5. By Tamuro on
    “Radio Ga Ga” is the first track off of Queen’s album “The Works”. Written by the band’s drummer Roger Taylor, derived from the term “radio caca” which he heard from his toddler.
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  6. By Akizilkree on
    "Radio Ga Ga" is a song performed and recorded by the British rock band Queen, written by their drummer Roger Taylor. It was released as a single with "I Go Crazy" by Brian May as the B-side. It was included on the album The Works. The song is also featured on the band's compilation albums, Greatest Hits II, and Classic Queen.
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  7. By Voodoot on
    About “Radio Ga Ga” This is the first track on Queen’s album, The Works. Written by the band’s drummer, Roger Taylor, this song reached the Top 40 of every major chart around the world.
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  8. By Shami on
    Radio ga ga Radio ga ga You had your time, you had the power You've yet to have your finest hour Radio, radio Submit Corrections. Writer(s): Freddie Mercury. Roger Taylor, who wrote this song, criticizes radio stations at the time, because they were becoming too commercialized. He told that he was inspired to the writing after watching MTV: he.
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