I call. I call your phone. I call. I call your phone.
You were talking. I guess you could say, I might have been sort of stalking you. Stalking you, baby. Must have been that night when I took her down by the river, in a truck.
I gave her all I could give her. The moon shining. The moon shining. I walked the street, sometimes I see some girls I’d like to meet, maybe. Why won’t you answer your phone,
Bill is having a party, wish you were goin'. I know you fucked Al. He's supposed to be my pal. I guess you could say, I might be stalking you.
I might be stalking you, baby. What did I do, to make you do, the things you do. What did I do. You said you wanted me dead.
Shit, fuck my head. I got fucked by you. Fucked real bad. Maybe you’re happy, but I hope you’re sad.
Since you left me I have been thinking about getting me a speed roadster. Going by the drugstore, who could ask for more? Maybe drive by your house. Look in your window.
Writer/s: DAVID K. LYNCH, DEAN JUSTIN HURLEY
Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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New Order took the title for "Blue Monday" from an illustration, which read "Goodbye Blue Monday," in the Kurt Vonnegut book Breakfast Of Champions. The image referred to the invention of the washing machine improving housewives' lives.