"Call Me" as written by and Giorgio Moroder Deborah Harry....
Colour me your colour, baby
Colour me your car
Colour me your colour, darling
I know who you are
Come up off your colour chart
I know where you are coming from

Call me (call me) on the line
Call me, call me any, anytime
Call me (call me) I'll arrive
You can call me any day or night
Call me

Cover me with kisses, baby
Cover me with love
Roll me in designer sheets
I'll never get enough
Emotions come, I don't know why
Cover up love's alibi

Call me (call me) on the line
Call me, call me any, anytime
Call me (call me) I'll arrive
When you are ready we can share the wine
Call me

Oooh, he speaks the languages of love
Oooh, amore, chiamami, chiamami
Oooh, appelle-moi mon cherie, appelle-moi
Anytime, anyplace, anywhere, any way
Anytime, anyplace, anywhere, any day, any way

Call me (call me) on the line
Call me, call me any, anytime
Call me (call me) for a ride
Call me, call me for some overtime
Call me (call me) I'll arrive
Call me, call me in a sweet design
Call me (call me), call me for your lover's lover's alibi
Call me (call me) on the line
Call me, call me any, anytime
Call me (call me)
Oh, call me, oo-hoo-hah
Call me (call me) on the line
Call me, call me any, anytime


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"Call Me" as written by Giorgio Moroder Deborah Harry

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  • +7
    General Commentmusic*ismyboyfriend: I don't think you're paying enough attention to your poor boyfriend...
    r0cketbabyd0llon June 01, 2005   Link
  • +2
    General CommentIt is based on the film "American Gigolo" and is written from his point of view, mostly...the client can call him anytime for his "service". The reference to sharing the wine - there is a scene in the film where he opens a bottle of wine for a rich, older client. He then falls in love with another client (emotions come) and she gives him an alibi for a murder he did not commit ("love's alibi").

    The rest of it refers to his skill in languages..in the film the character speaks Swedish and French.
    piptiddlepipon May 22, 2008   Link
  • +2
    General CommentSlutty? This was written before computers; and cell phones; and all other forms of communication except landlines and letters. The song is very simple. Give the woman a call to get together. And considering when the song was written, it's probably not about a one night stand; rather, a REAL date with someone she's known awhile (and a date that will involve sex), if anybody today knows (and appreciates) what a "date" is. (I am SOOOOO glad I am of a different generation!)
    SugarInMyBowlMmmmmmon December 19, 2011   Link
  • +1
    General CommentOMG this is BLONDIE!!!! There are hardly any posts for her. She is practicly a legend, and i am hardly old enough to know that! This song is so catchy, and no matter what its about, a good song.
    music*ismyboyfriendon March 18, 2005   Link
  • +1
    General Commentthis song is brilliant. i love blondie....and blondie is infact A BAND music*ismyboyfriend, as in more than one person. i think you're just think of deborah harry when you refer to 'her' instead of 'them'.
    smeganon December 27, 2005   Link
  • +1
    General CommentBrilliantly catchy song from the legendary new wave/punk act Blondie. Check out their album 'Parallel Lines'; groundbreakingly brilliant.
    rubyoverdiamondson May 16, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General Commenthow can you not like blondie?
    jhandson June 18, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General Commenti love debbie's voice
    haleehon July 28, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentOh my goodness im 16 years old and I love this song!!!!! I think it's way better that ''Heart of Glass'' but yeah. This is great :)

    Peace Out
    C!xLORE!bArAon November 21, 2007   Link
  • +1
    General Comment BLONDIE IS AWESOME!!!!
    Bensgirl868on April 16, 2009   Link

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