"Nightline" as written by Glen Ballard, Brie Howard and David Allen Faragher....
Backing:
Calling on the nightline
Waking me up
Calling on the nightline
Can't get enough
Calling on the nightline
Saying strange things
Calling on the nightline
I can hear it ring

He's calling on the nightline
Waking me up
He's calling on the nightline
Can't get enough

Every night around midnight
I get the call
I reach for my night light
So I can write it all down

Chorus:
He's calling on the nightline
Waking me up
He's calling on the nightline
Can't get enough
He's calling on the nightline
Saying strange things
He's calling on the nightline
I can hear it ring

Make it person to person
And heart to heart
I know for certain
I got the fire
You got the spark

Chorus:
He's calling on the nightline
Waking me up
He's calling on the nightline
Can't get enough

Hello. Oh it's you. What?!!
You've got to be kidding... Well...
Let me sleep on it.???

(Good evening, at the tone the time will be twelve, o'clock, exactly (beep))

Every night around midnight
Your call comes through
You're turning on my night light
Like talking in a dream to you

Chorus:
Calling on the nightline
You can wake me up
He's calling on the nightline
Can't get enough
He's calling on the nightline
whispering in my ear
Calling on the nightline
Telling me what I want to hear

Every night around midnight
I get the call
I reach for my night light
So I can write it all down

Chorus:
He's calling on the nightline
You can wake me up
He's calling on the nightline
Can't get enough
He's calling on the nightline
Saying strange things
He's calling on the nightline
I can hear it ring

He's calling on the nightline
Whispering in my ear
He's calling on the nightline
What I want to hear
He's calling on the nightline
I'm waiting by the phone
He's calling on the nightline
I can hear it ring


Lyrics submitted by Eatcarpet

Nightline song meanings
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