Hey, Jane's my name and love's my game
I just turned eighteen yesterday
I'm blond, I'm tall, I'm full of fun
Give me a call and I'll show you some

Frank met Jane now, and Jane met Eddie, on the radio show
Who wants to have fun, who's hot and ready for the radio show?
Call up the station, have a go, get the phone in your hand
Friends and lovers, give a call, take a chance on a voice if you can

why O you N G, F are double E, a-a-and single, s-s-s-single
Why O you N G, F are double E, a-a-and single, s-s-s-single
A-a-and single, s-s-s-single

Hey Jane, oh Jane, a voice supreme
I hear myself a living dream
I'll tell you where, I'll tell you how
Hang up that phone, we'll meet right now

Young, free and single, who wants to take a dare?
Young, free and single, looking for affairs
Young, free and single, always for a game
Young, free and single, voices bring you fame

What's your name now, call in a chance, on the radio show
Playing roulette and you might get a blank, or you might have a go
Love on the airwave and it's yours, pick the heart of your choice
Friends and lovers, give a call, make a match, by the sound of a voice

why O you N G, F are double E, a-a-and single, s-s-s-single
Why O you N G, F are double E, a-a-and single, s-s-s-single
Why O you N G, F are double E, a-a-and single, s-s-s-single
Why O you N G, F are double E, a-a-and single, s-s-s-single

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