Tele- tele- telephone
Won't you talk, talk, talk, talk, talk to me
I'll plug you in under the tree
And we'll talk forever, just you and me

Tele- tele- telephone
Won't you talk, talk, talk, talk, talk to me
I'll plug you in under the tree
And we'll talk forever, just you and me
Talk forever just you and me
We'll talk forever just you and me

All those hills will laugh at us
But it's ok 'cause we're both safe
The mountain dogs will come for us
I plug it in to hear you speak
I plug it in to hear you speak
I plug it in to hear you speak
I plug it in to hear you speak

Tele- tele- telephone
Won't you talk, talk, talk to me
Tele- tele- telephone
Won't you talk, talk, talk to me

Tele- tele- telephone
Won't you talk, talk, talk, talk, talk to me
I'll plug you in under the tree
We'll talk forever, just you and me

Tele- tele- telephone
Won't you talk, talk, talk, talk, talk to me
I'll plug you in under the tree
And we'll talk forever, just you and me
Talk forever just you and me
We'll talk forever just you and me

Ah-ah
Ah-ah


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