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Electric Light Orchestra

Sweet Talkin' Woman

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“Telephone Line” is a song by Electric Light Orchestra. The song is track two on their 1976 album A New World Record and was the final single to be released from the band’s LP until September 2006 when Surrender was released from the expanded reissue. The song charted in the Top Ten in both the UK and the US, peaking at #8 in the UK and #7 in the US. In 1977 the song would reach No #1 in New Zealand. The US version of the single was released in green vinyl as was the norm for many ELO singles that were also issued in different colors. This was the only single that was green. It became the band’s first Gold single record. “Telephone Line” was the theme song of the 1977 film Joyride starring Desi Arnaz Jr., Robert Carradine, Melanie Griffith, and Anne Lockhart, directed by... Read on...

Song lines: ♪ It's so sad if that's the way it's over ... You got me runnin', you got me searchin ... Hold on sweet talkin' lover

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