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Album: Parallel Lines (1978). Charted: 5. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. songfacts ®. Artistfacts ®. Lyrics. Although this was a big hit for Blondie in 1978, it was actually first recorded by The Nerves, who released it on their one and only EP, in 1976 - making them a no-hit wonder? The song was written by the band's guitarist Jack Lee. Fortunately it was picked up by Blondie, and backed by "Will Anything Happen?" and "Fade Away And Radiate" it reached on the UK singles chart
Hanging on the Telephone. I'm in the phone booth, it's the one across the hall. If you don't answer, I'll just ring it off the wall. I know he's there, but I just had to call. Don't leave me hanging on the telephone. I heard your mother now she's going out the door. Did she go to work or just go to the store. All those things she said, I told you to ignore. Oh why can't we talk again. Don't leave me hanging on the telephone
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Blondie : Hanging on the Telephone. Pop Rock, USA (1978 - Chrysalis Records) Learn more. It's good to hear your voice, you know it's been so long If I don't get your call then everything goes wrong I want to tell you something you've known all along Don't leave me hanging on the telephone. I had to interrupt and stop this conversation Your voice across the line gives me a strange sensation I'd like to talk when I can show you my affection Oh I can't control myself Oh I can't control myself Oh I can't control myself Don't leave me hanging on the telephone
Official video of Blondie performing Hanging On The Telephone from the album Parallel Lines. Has been played on. United Kingdom 27. 24-7 Legends.
The partnership between Blondie and producer Mike Chapman created a perfect pop record - and catapulted the group from the underground to mainstream chart success. Photo: GEMS/RedfernsIf Blondie's Parallel Lines album was the New York erstwhile-punk band's finest hour (all 38 minutes of it) and a perfect encapsulation of top-drawer, high-tech 1978 pop-rock, then it also marked the career apex of its producer, Mike Chapman, a man who had already established himself with a form of music that has come to.
Blondie released their first album, 'Blondie', in 1976. The album was mildly successful and spawned the Australian hit single "In The Flesh". Gary Valentine left the band later that year, and they continued briefly as a foursome, recording 'Plastic Letters' and gaining more airplay with their track "Denis". The album did not include any song contributions from Valentine or Harrison, despite them recording early sessions for the album and Valentine being assured by Stein that they would use his already recorded song "Amor Fati". Harrison and Infante later filed an unsuccessful lawsuit claiming breach of contract for not including them in the reunion. The Curse Of Blondie was released in 2003 and, while not matching its predecessor in sales, was critically acclaimed and spawned the global dance hit "Good Boys"