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When I was young, I used to believe that whenever you heard a song on the radio, there was a band in the booth along with the deejay playing that song.
I used to think that every time a song came on the radio, the band was playing it live in the studio. I was confused at how they were always at different stations, in such a short amount of time!
I used to believe that singers, on radio stations, were live on-air and thought that they ran from one station to another. What I couldn't quite figure out was that if I heard a singer on one station and then the same singer a few seconds later on another, how they managed to run so quickly.
I asked my mom where the sound from the radio came from, and she told me it was from a radio station that sent the sound from an antenna and that the one on the car (she pointed to it) caught that signal. That made me think that musicians had to live at the radio station to play their songs every day.
I used to believe that the music coming out of the radio was performed live and each band would come on in turn and play. I had no idea the music was recorded.
When I was little I thought the radio station wouuld be the coolest place in the world to go because i thought all the people were actually there, at the station, playing and singing..
when i was litle i used to think if i looked in the speakers of a radio i wud b able to see the bands playing...one time i had a red top on n i seen the reflection in the speakers n i got so exited to think it was actully the band i cuold see!!
I used to believe that when music plays on the radio there are people behind the seats singing
P.S sorry for the bad English
I used to believe that the music on the radio was being played by live musicians in the studio. I was very confused when I passed an actual radio station and saw how small it was, and wondered how all those bands could fit inside.
I used to believe that when a song came on the radio that the band was actually playing the song in the studio at the radio station.
When I was 11 years old listening to my favorite radio station, on a transistor radio. I thought that the artists were at the radio station singing on stage.
I used to believe that when you listen to the radio the singers were at the radio station singing.
i used to think the bands were actually at the radio station-i didn't know they were playing records.-guess i watched american bandstand too much--then again i was only 6 when i thought this--lol
When I would listen to the radio, I could never figure out how they got so many bands in just one building!
When I was alot younger, I used to think that all the songs on the radio were constantly sung by the artists. I use to ask "How come the singers don't get tired?" Now I know how the radio works! Yay!
When I was very little, I truly believed that all of the bands that I heard on the radio were actually at the radio station. They would each wait their turn to play on the air for 3 or 4 minutes every hour or so. I often wondered if they had homes or if they all just lived at the radio station. I also figured that it must be pretty crowded there, you know, with all the muscians and instruments lying about...
I used to believe that the local radio stations had the real stars in their studios singing their songs all day and they neve left.
When I was a little girl (4 or 5), I thought that the music on the radio was performed live! When I fell in love with Donny Osmond, it took hours for my mother to convince me that he wasnt at our local radio station!
I used to believe that the people singing on the radio were all waiting on line to play their songs... and then would go to the back of the line until they were called on again.
I used to be believe that songs on the radio where actually played live by the 'real' band or group. I always wondered how that got so many bands to be in one place to do that.