(I'm Always Touched By Your) Presence, Dear

Album: Parallel Lines (1978)
Charted: 10
  • Was it destiny?
    I don't know yet
    Was it just by chance?
    Could this be kismet?
    Something in my consciousness told me you'd appear
    Now I'm always touched by your presence, dear
    When we play at cards you use an extra sense
    (it's really not cheating)
    You can read my hand, I've got no defense
    When you sent your messages whispered loud and clear
    I am always touched by your presence, dear
    Floating pass the evidence of possibilities
    We could navigate together,psychic frequencies
    Coming into contact with outer entities
    We could entertain each one with our theosophies
    Stay awake at night and count your r.e.m.'s when you're talking with your super friends
    Levitating lovers in the secret stratosphere
    I am still in touch with your presence, dear
    I am still in touch with your presence, dear
    I am still in touch with your presence, dear, dear, dear, dear, dear Writer/s: GARY VALENTINE
    Publisher: Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC
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Comments: 2

  • Zabadak from London, EnglandTwe single reached #10 in the UK
  • Lawrence from Saranac Lake, NyThis has always been one of my favorite Blondie songs. Whenever I get into my listening to Blondie mode, this song is always played within the first ten minutes.
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