"Telephone" as written by Bruce Richard Calderwood, Stephen Joseph De Pace, John W. Dougherty and Lawrence Edward Falconi....
I heard the ringing on the telephone
Set aside a dream that we were on our own
I could barely understand a word came through from the other end
And now I lay here all alone

I heard the ringing on the telephone
I heard you ringing on the telephone
I can't seem to understand a word you've said since you've been gone
But I keep hanging on

I went out to the wasteland,
had no means or end
I got brains, but the quake man,
need love to lend a hand
I went out to the wastes, man
Looking for a friend
And when you leave for your own plans
I hope that this don't end


Lyrics submitted by demuresouls

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