On the Radio Song Lyrics

Regina Spektor

Regina Spektor Begin to Hope cover art
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This is how it works
It feels a little worse
Than when we drove our hearse
Right through that screaming crowd
While laughing up a storm
Until we were just bone
Until it got so warm
That none of us could sleep
And all the Styrofoam
Began to melt away
We tried to find some worms
To aid in the decay
But none of them were home
Inside their catacomb
A million ancient bees
This is how it works
It feels a little worse
Than when we drove our hearse
Right through that screaming crowd
While laughing up a storm
Until we were just bone
Until it got so warm
That none of us could sleep
And all the Styrofoam
Began to melt away
We tried to find some worms
To aid in the decay
But none of them were home
Inside their catacomb
A million ancient bees

Track Listing


CD 1
  • 1 Fidelity
  • 2 Better
  • 3 Samson
  • 4 On the Radio
  • 5 Field Below
  • 6 Hotel Song
  • 7 Après moi
  • 8 20 Years of Snow
  • 9 That Time
  • 10 Edit
  • 11 Lady
  • 12 Summer in the City
    CD 2
  • 1 Another Town
  • 2 Uh-merica
  • 3 Baobabs
  • 4 Düsseldorf
  • 5 Music Box


  • credits


    publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    writers: Regina Spektor
    album: Track in album Begin to Hope
    release date: 2006-6-13
    popularity : 113 users have visited this page.
    genres: Rock Pop Folk, World, & Country
    styles: Soft Rock/Avantgarde/Indie Rock
    length: 3:22
    producer: David Kahne
    drums: Shawn Pelton
    vocal: Regina Spektor
    mixer: David Kahne
    engineer: David Kahne
    additional engineer: Craig Bishop
    co-producer: Regina Spektor
    assistant mixer: Will Hensely
    composer: Regina Spektor
    lyricist: Regina Spektor

    Album Information

    label: Sire Records
    country(area): United States
    format: CD
    barcode: 093624431527
    script: Latin