Like Rock and Roll & Radio Lyrics

by Ray LaMontagne

Are you still in love with me
Like the way you used to be or is it changing?
Is it deeper over time
Like the river that is winding through the canyon?

Are you still in love with her?
Do you remember how you were before the sorrow?
Are you closer for the tears
Or has the weight of all the years left you hollow?

Are we strangers now
Like the Ziegfeld Gal and the Vaudeville Show?
Are we strangers now
Like rock and roll and the radio
Like rock and roll and radio?

I can see you lyin' there
Tying ribbons in your hair, pullin' faces
I can feel your hand in mine
Though we're living separate lives in separate places

Are we strangers now
Like the Ziegfeld Gal and the Vaudeville Show?
Are we strangers now
Like rock and roll and the radio
Like rock and roll and radio?

All these white lies
Hanging like flies on the wall
Hard wired, road tired
Counting curtain calls
Waiting for the axe to fall

Are you still in love with me
Like the way you used to be or is it changing?
Is it deeper over time
Like the river that is winding through the canyon?

Are we strangers now
Like the Ziegfeld Gal and the Vaudeville Show?
Are we strangers now
Like rock and roll and the radio
Like rock and roll and radio?