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Blondie is an American rock band, founded by singer Deborah Harry and guitarist Chris Stein. The band was a pioneer in the early American New Wave and punk scenes of the mid-1970s. Their first two albums contained strong elements of these genres, and although successful in the United Kingdom and Australia, Blondie was regarded as an underground band in the United States until the release of Parallel Lines in 1978. Over the next three years, the band achieved several hit singles including "Call Me", "Atomic" and "Heart of Glass" and became noted for its eclectic mix of musical styles incorporating elements of disco,pop,rap, and reggae, while retaining a basic style as a New Wave band. more »


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'Cause now it's D-Day
I'm ready to invade
Make a mess of
What's left of your limited privacy

Yeah, now it's D-Day
Not like those other days
Make a mess-up, you're a dress-up
Gotta like some piracy

Oh yeah, it's D-Day
This ain't no dot-com
But this is a dot-come-on
Come on and let us read
You're gonna love it, batter up, buttercup
Make a mess of your last love
Transfer your love to me

Make a mess of your last love
(Debbie devil, don't you dare)
(Debbie devil, don't you dare)
Transfer your love to me
(Debbie devil, don't you dare)
(Debbie devil, don't you dare)

Make a mess of your last love
(Debbie devil, don't you dare)
(Debbie devil, don't you dare)
Transfer your love to me
(Debbie devil, don't you dare)
(Debbie devil, don't you dare)

Hey, hey, it's D-Day
Gonna be my pillow doll
I wanna take you, wanna shake you
Trade in your liberty

Oh oh, it's D-Day
You want some more debris
I'm gonna take you, I'm gonna shake you
Take you to bed with me

Make a mess of your last love
(Debbie devil, don't you dare)
(Debbie devil, don't you dare)
Transfer your love to me
(Debbie devil, don't you dare)
(Debbie devil, don't you dare)

Make a mess of your last love
(Debbie devil, don't you dare)
(Debbie devil, don't you dare)
Transfer your love to me
(Debbie devil, don't you dare)
(Debbie devil, don't you dare)

I wanna show you what's up doc
(Day of the Deb, day of the Deb)
I wanna blow your tick tick tock
(Day of the Deb, day of the Deb)
Wanna go to the extreme
(Day of the Deb, day of the Deb)
Yeah that was the day
Doctor No said yes
(Doctor No said yes)

(Debbie devil, don't you dare)
(Debbie devil, don't you dare)
(Debbie devil, don't you dare)
(Debbie devil, don't you dare)

Make a mess of your last love
(Debbie devil, don't you dare)
(Debbie devil, don't you dare)
Transfer your love to me
(Debbie devil, don't you dare)
(Debbie devil, don't you dare)

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Written by: LORD BURGESS, WILLIAM ATTAWAY

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