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10.00-2.00pm | DAYS OF FUTURE PAST | Alan Wilkins

Anything goes

"If you're driving into town

With a dark cloud above you

Dial in the number

Who's bound to love you

Oh honey you turn me on

I'm a radio

I'm a country station

I'm a little bit corny

I'm a wild wood flower

Waving for you

Broadcasting tower

Waving for you "You Turn Me On, I'm A Radio" was written and recorded by Canadian singer Joni Mitchell in 1972. It was released on Mitchell's fifth studio album, For The Roses, and was written in response to her record label's desire for her to write a hit song. Although Graham Nash, David Crosby and Neil Young all contributed to the recording session for the song, only the harmonica piece performed by Graham Nash was included in the official release.

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