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Radio King Dom Lyrics

"Radio King Dom" was written by John Rieley;brian Douglas Wilson.
"Radio King Dom" was written by John Rieley;brian Douglas Wilson.

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There it was
The music had to have been from the Pied Piper himself

The prince's sisters ran in their brother's room
And they were all dancing and screaming with joy
But the transistor was playing too loud
And their mother heard it

"What are you doing there?
What is that you're listening too?
Give me that radio at once", she said

A few days later the king and queen of the castle were invited to a ball
As they were leaving that evening
The queen said to the young prince
Who was the eldest of the children

"Take care of the other ones tonight
And don't try to find that radio, we have it hidden away
We'll be home by midnight
Remember what we said"
And then she said, "Goodbye"

The children's mother left, the party had begun
And the children looked everywhere, high and low
Checking to see if they could find that transistor radio
They couldn't find it, they couldn't find it

They looked upstairs and downstairs
All through the castle and finally
All of a sudden, they heard a sound

What is that sound? Is it possible?
Could it be the Pied Piper himself
Coming out of the magic transistor radio
Or was it just the wind whistling by the castle window?

No one knows if the mysterious Pied Piper of night
Was the one who came back to visit the princes and princesses again
But if you have a transistor radio and the lights are all out some Night
Don't be very surprised if it turns to light green
And the whirling magic sound of the Pied Piper comes to visit you

John Rieley;Brian Douglas Wilson

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