"Telephone" as written by and David Collins Jodey Lawrence....
Ooh-ooh-ooh, ooh ooh ooh!
Ooh-ooh-ooh, ooh ooh ooh!
Ooh-ooh-ooh, ooh ooh ooh!
Ooh-ooh-ooh, ooh ooh ooh!

Call 1-900, you're never alone,
That's how you do it on the telephone
You're rubbin', you're dialin', you're never alone,
1-900 on the telephone!

It's plastic, fantastic, you give it a charge,
You think she's pretty but she's really large
You're lonely, you're homely, you're never alone,
Not when you have the telephone!

Ooh-ooh-ooh, ooh ooh ooh!
Ooh-ooh-ooh, ooh ooh ooh!

Oh, 1-900, my parents aren't home,
We can use the telephone
It's Rhonda, it's Debbie, it's Jennifer, Joan
There are girls on the telephone!

I say 'hello! Is Billy Bob home?'

*Um...will my mom find out?*
*Uh....I don't have a credit card.*
*What do you mean am I 18?!*

Love
It's not love
Goodbye, love
It's not love...

I wait, I wait,
I wait until I'm all alone,
I sit and dial the telephone
When my parents aren't home

Rhonda, Debbie, Jennifer, Joan
They're the girls on the telephone
I call them, they hear me
I wish they wouldn't charge me....

They charge me
They charge me
It's not for free...

I wait, I wait
I wait 'til no one's home,
I use my phone
When I'm all alone

Rhonda, Debbie, Jennifer, Joan
They're my friends on the telephone
I call them, they charge me
That's because they're my family

They charge me
They charge me
It's not for free...

They charge me
They charge me
It's not for free...


Lyrics submitted by Skibz777

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