Online

Fandango’s FOWC: Online

Hello
can you hear me
I am calling
to say
I love you
online
Hello
can you hear me
are you there
I am here
online
Hello
can you hear me
we are far apart
but I can
feel you
online
Hello
can you hear me
I feel your heart
beating
online
Hello
can you hear me
I am calling
to say
I love you
online

12 thoughts on “Online

  1. I’d do not listen to the elo song yet – but Love the way you used online –
    This almost could be read slowly aloud for a dramatic effect –
    writing was interesting
    A beautiful desperation
    But then not desperate at all -upbeat
    And the repeating verses with simpleness yet depth really evokes something –

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      1. It is quite English. Jeff Lynne, the main singer/writer was in the Travelling Wilburys.
        Is that the mood music with the phone faintly ringing in the background? A bit of a do-wop is very 50’s
        “For a period in the mid 1970s, the band saw more success in the United States, where they were billed as “the English guys with the big fiddles”. From 1972 to 1986, ELO accumulated twenty seven Top 40 songs on the UK Singles Chart, and fifteen Top 20 songs on the US Billboard Hot 100. The band also holds the record for having the most Billboard Hot 100 Top 40 hits (20) without a number one single of any band in US chart history”

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      2. How cool to learn some ELO stats! And never number one hit?
        The one song I knew from my childhood was “don’t bring me down” – and funny but I remember being at summer camp and it was on nearby and some of us starting singing to it…

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