Written-By – Mark Germino. Matrix, Runout (Runout etched side A): PB 42769 - A 1. Matrix, Runout (Runout etched side B): PB - 42769 - B 1 3. Matrix, Runout (Label side A): PB 42769 A‡.
Rank & File Radartown. Mark Germino – Rex Bob Lowenstein. And his name is Rex Bob Lowenstein He's a flaming bell inside a tambourine He could play it all if he was just set free Just to find what the people WANT Just to find what the people WANT Just to find what the people WANT. Lyrics submitted by SongMeanings. Rex Bob Lowenstein" as written by Mark R. Germino. Lyrics powered by LyricFind. Rex Bob Lowenstein song meanings.
And his name is Rex Bob Lowenstein, He's forty-seven, goin' on sixteen His request line's open but he makes no bones About why he plays Madonna after George Jones. Repeat Intro: Now, one day a man in a pinstriped suit Took the owner of the station to a restaurant booth His pitch was simple, You'll increase your sales, If you only play the song list we send in the mail. He guaranteed a larger audience Less confusion and higher points But your drive-time jock won't get to do his thing. And his name is Rex Bob Lowenstein, He's a flaming bell inside a tambourine He could play it all if he was just set free (hold Am chord). C F G CJust to find what the people W-A-N-T. C F G C Just to find what the people W-A-N-T.
Taken from the album: Radartown PK/PD 90550.
Mark Germino is an American folk rock and country singer-songwriter. Born in North Carolina, he initially worked as a poet before moving into folk rock songwriting; by 1974, he had moved to Nashville. Initially, he did not plan to become a singer, although he eventually bought a guitar and took up singing as well, as he decided that singing was easier than reciting poetry. The Song "Lean on Jesus (Before He Leans on You)" co-written by Germino and sang by Paul Craft reached No. 55 on the Billboard country chart in 1977.