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Long Long Distance Love Affair 8 June, 2005

Posted by monopod in Miscellaneous, Self-Absorption.
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For some reason I’ve just started thinking about the first-ever pop song I can remember listening to (and learning by heart).

I’ve been away from you for far too long
Too much chances make my heart go frantic
I wanna tell you what’s been goin’ on,
operator give me Trans Atlantic
I sit alone as the night goes by
Stare at the phone and wait for your reply

CHORUS:
Long long distance love affair, I can’t find you anywhere
I call you on the telephone, but you’re never home
I gotta get a message to you, I wanna tell you what I’m going through
What in the world’s comin’ over you

How come you’re acting like a total stranger
I try to reach you but I can’t get through
I got this feeling that my heart’s in danger
I got your letter it was perfectly clear
Havin’ a ball, and wishin’ you are here

CHORUS

Premonition is a funny thing, a familiar kind of pain and easy
Like knowin’ when the phone is gonna ring
Too many times and it’ll drive you crazy
I hear your echo in the longer hall
Call out your name, but no-one’s there at all

Long long distance love affair, I can’t find you anywhere
I call you on the telephone, but you’re never home

(repeats out)

I also remember memorising all the lyrics to Ice Ice Baby and all of Debbie Gibson’s songs. So now you know what decade I grew up in.

And I’d like to say that my music tastes have improved, but no, still same old same old cheesy!

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Comments»

1. Casey Leaver - 9 June, 2005

I hope this was posted from home (notes time suspiciously).

2. monopod - 9 June, 2005

Yes, I went home early yesterday! At 7pm 😛

3. Marsha - 24 April, 2007

Oh the memories!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

4. monopod - 24 April, 2007

I learnt that one at your house!


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