Dinga-Linga-Ling (The Telephone Song). Written-By – Kay Millet, Stephan Weiss. B. Somebody's Got To Be Blue. Written-By – Al Lewis, Bernie Wayne. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All.
Dinga-Linga-Ling (The Telephone Song). Written-By – Kadish Millet, Stephan Weiss.
The Bells of Hell Go Ting-a-ling-a-ling" is a British airmen's song from World War I, which was created around 1911. It is apparently a parody of another popular song of the time entitled "She Only Answered ". It is featured in the Brendan Behan's play The Hostage (1958) and the musical film Oh! What a Lovely War (1969). The lyrics are: The Bells of Hell go ting-a-ling-a-ling. For you but not for me: For me the angels sing-a-ling-a-ling, They've got the goods for me.
A dingo ate my baby" is a cry falsely attributed to Lindy n upon realisation of the loss of her baby daughter Azaria Chamberlain in 1980, at Uluru, Northern Territory, Australia. The Chamberlain family had been holidaying at Uluru when their daughter was taken from their tent by a large wild dog known as a "dingo".
Love on the Telephone" was the third single from the third album, Head Games by the band, Foreigner. The song was written by Lou Gramm & Mick Jones, and released as a single in Europe. It reached No. 34 in the Netherlands. The song's b-side, "Women" was chosen as the next single for the American market. Pete Bishop of The Pittsburgh Press praised the song for its melody, full arrangement and muscle. El Diario del Centro del País praised the song as a great example of classic rock.
You make me nervous 'cause the line's engaged I can't believe we let it get to this stage Sittin' here waitin' for you to give me a sign You know I got my heart on the line. Ooh, I know that I was wrong Ooh, I've been away too long I can't stand to lose My love on the telephone. Hello operator You know that I've been waitin' on this call I said, hey, operator If you're givin' me a bad time, I'm gonna tear this phone right off the wall. Monday, Tuesday, three days and more Pretty soon I don't know anymore Friday is the sixth day,. Ooh, could ya wait 'til I get home Ooh, we need to be alone I don't wanna lose My love on the telephone. The telephone always rings" Track Info. The Fun Boy Three Fun Boy Three. 3. The Lunatics (Have Taken Over the Asylum). 5. Faith, Hope And Charity. 9. The telephone always rings.
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