"Cell Phone" as written by Kathleen Foster, Arirak Douangpanya, Kimberly Baxter and Jennifer Sbragia....
It's the oldest cell phone in the world, yea yea yea
Heavy as a brick with a cord that curls, yea yea yea
But its alright when I call my baby
Love the sound of the voice and I don't mean maybe

It's the oldest cell phone in the land
So big and heavy that it hurts my hand
But it's alright when I call my honey even though I might look funny, yea yea yea


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"Cell Phone" as written by Jennifer Sbragia Arirak Douangpanya

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    General CommentCute song about how it doesn't matter how ridiculous she might look like with her ancient cell phone, as long as she gets to talk to her "honey" :)
    getmeeon February 11, 2012   Link

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