Radar love We've got a wave in the air Radar love The radio's playing some forgotten song Brenda Lee's: Radar love We've got a line in the sky No more speed I'm almost there Gotta keep cool, now gotta take care Last car to pass, here I go! Reik Maluma Justicia part.
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"Radar Love" is a song by the Dutch rock band Golden Earring. The single version of "Radar Love" reached #10 on the Cash Box Top and #13 in Billboard. Radar Love Lyrics: I've been driving all night / My hand's wet on the wheel / There's a voice in my head that drives my heel / It's my baby calling / Says "I need .
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Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. The verse consists of four lines and each of them is answered by a simple yet very effective guitar hook. In this section, accompanied by vocal harmonies, the chords shift from E major via several changes to B major and finally C minor at the start of the refrain.
After the chorus the song returns to the previous bassline in F minor. In verse two the singing gets funkier and so does the responding guitar which is now played with double notes.
At the end of the second chorus at 2: In the single version this part has been left out and the song turns immediately to a trademark drum solo at 2: Ten seconds into the solo the drummer is joined by guitar, bass and trumpets playing a riff derived from the intro which builds up repeating over several variations, until collapsing in an E major chord at 3: At this point the song shortly slows down, but soon the haunting bassline restarts and the drummer returns to his driving beat. Yet, verse three at 3: This time the voice, more hesitant than driving, is answered by bluesy guitar licks played by two guitars opposing on the stereo channels.
Energy returns with Brenda Lee coming on strong once more, and finally at 4: Goth -pop band Ghost Dance recorded a cover of the song on the B-side of their " Heart Full of Soul " single, itself a cover of the Yardbirds track.