Contact

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"Contact"
"Contact" is a song on The Police album Reggatta de Blanc.
Recorded by The Police
Released: 1979-10-02
Recorded: 1979
Length: 2:38
Album(s): Reggatta de Blanc
Label(s): A&M
Writer(s): Stewart Copeland
Producer(s): Stewart Copeland, Sting, Andy Summers, Nigel Gray
Studio(s): Surrey Sound Studios
Released as single? NO

"Contact" is a song written by Stewart Copeland and recorded by The Police in 1979.

About the song

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Personnel

Release History

Albums

"Contact" appears on the following album releases:

Cover art Album title Release date Release country
Police-album-reggattadeblanc.jpg Reggatta de Blanc 1979-10-02 United Kingdom
Police-album-messageinaboxthecompleterecordings.jpg Message In A Box: The Complete Recordings 1993-09-30 United Kingdom

Lyrics

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I've got a lump in my throat about the note you wrote
I'd come on over but I haven't got a raincoat

Have we got contact 
You and me?
Have we got touchdown
Can't we be?

I've got contacts in my book and in my eyes
My good connection on the telephone never lies

Have we got contact
You and me?
Have we got touchdown
Can't we be?

I've got a list of the people I have known
I'm never alone on the end of a phone

Have we got contact
You and me?
Have we got touchdown
Can't we be?

I've got a lump in my throat about the note you wrote
I'd come on over but I haven't got a raincoat
I'd come on over but I haven't got a raincoat

Have we got touchdown
Can't we be?
Have we got contact
You and me?

Quotations and trivia

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Alternative and cover versions

  • The Frederic Alarie Trio recorded a jazz version of "Contact" on the album Live A Vienne. The songwriting is credited to "Stuart Copeland."[1][2][3]

See also

External links

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References