Who Sang Radical? Catie Curtis

Catie Curtis Truth From Lies cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1994
Genre: Folk, World, & Country
Style: Folk
length: 3:46
It's all right, we're gonna be fine
But let's give my mama and my daddy a little time
Cause I've been good up 'till now
They see you and they think that I have changed somehow
But I'm not being radical when I kiss you
I don't love you to make a point
It's the hollow of my heart that cries when I miss you
And it keeps me alive when we're apart
We go downtown, some people they stare
But there are lots of people who really don't care
I just want to hold your hand
I don't feel like making some big stand
Cause I'm not being radical when I kiss you
I don't love you to make a point
It's the hollow of my heart that cries when I miss you
And it keeps me alive when we're apart
It's all right, we're gonna be fine
Even if this world is taking so much time
And though I mind what people say
Love is stronger than any words anyway
And I'm not radical when I kiss you
I don't love you to make a point
It's the hollow of my heart that cries when I miss you
And it keeps me alive when we're apart

Tracklist
CD 1
  • 1 Dad's Yard
  • 2 Radical
  • 3 You Can Always Be Gone
  • 4 Troubled Mind
  • 5 Silhouette
  • 6 Slave to My Belly
  • 7 The Party's Over
  • 8 Crocodile Tears
  • 9 Everybody Was Dancing
  • 10 Just Getting By
  • 11 Cry Fire