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Love Plus One
Haircut 100 Lyrics


I, I went off to the right
Without saying good goodbye
Where does it go from here?
Is it down to the lake I fear?
Ay ay ay ay ay ah
Ay ay ay ay ay ah

Then I call
Ring, ring, ring, ring
La la love plus one
Ring, ring, ring, ring
When I call love

Give love some soul
If I may be quite so bold
Where does it go from here?
Is it down to the lake I fear?
Ay ay ay ay ay ah
Ay ay ay ay ay ah

Then I call
Ring, ring, ring, ring
La la love plus one
Ring, ring, ring, ring
When I call love
Love plus one

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group
Written by: NICK HEYWARD

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Michael Mcgregor

I miss the 80s
I miss thinking I have my whole life ahead of me
I miss the innocents
I miss that first grasp of independence
I miss thinking I knew it all
I miss that feeling of thinking about nothing but girls
I miss the first kisses
I miss falling in love for the first time
I miss falling in love for the first time again a month later
I miss never worrying about my health
I miss the times when music moved me
And
I miss my youth



raul macias

@Rachel Lineberry
You know, I could add Dépêche Mode, Vince Clarke era, Clarke left in December, 81, Soft Cell broke up in '84, and Yazoo, with Vince Clarke, broke up in '83.
Just yesterday, I bought a Soft Cell/Marc Almond compilation called "Memorabilia The Singles" which contains an excellent Marc Almond solo track called "Tears Run Rings" which I frankly never heard!
It's an 80's British Pop classic!
I dig Marc Almond's Lead Vocal on everything he sings!
My favorite "Soft Cell" Single is "What!" from '82!
My favorite album from the '80's British Pop era is The Cure's "Disintegration" LP from '89!
My favorite Single "A" Side from the British Pop '80's is Dépêche Mode's "Just Can't Get Enough" from '81!
A Synth Pop classic!
Note: Please go on YouTube and watch Melinda Marx's, Groucho Marx daughter's version of "What' from 1965!
Such a cool clip!



raul macias

My opinion is that the British Groups of the so called "New Wave" era were the most innovative and interesting!
I consider the late '70s through early "80s such a rich period in British Pop music.
Interestingly, MTV and Music Videos were the exciting and new medium.
I've always felt that the British New Wave Videos were the most innovative!
This is pre CD so fans such as myself, would have such fun buying 12 Inch Singles imported from England.
The frustrating thing back then was we couldn't watch British Videos since their Videos, PAL System, couldn't be played on American Videotape Machines, NTSC System, in America!
For me, it all came to an end when Michael Jackson, Madonna, Prince and Bruce Springsteen began to gain popularity in 1984 filming their own Videos which I thought weren't as inventive and just overblown but so was their music!
By '83, a lot of my favorite British New Wave bands had broken up ~ Nick Heyward left Haircut 100,
The Clash, The Beat, Bow Wow Wow, The Specials etc...
I would say the period between 1978~1983 as truly the height of "New Wave".



LazyLasagna

I, I went off to the right
Without saying good goodbye
Where does it go from here? 
Is it down to the lake I fear? 
Ay ay ay ay ay ah
Ay ay ay ay ay ah

Then I call
Ring, ring, ring, ring 
La la love plus one
Ring, ring, ring, ring
When I call love

Give love some soul
If I may be quite so bold
Where does it go from here? 
Is it down to the lake I fear? 
Ay ay ay ay ay ah
Ay ay ay ay ay ah

Then I call
Ring, ring, ring, ring
La la love plus one
Ring, ring, ring, ring
When I call love
Love plus one



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S sztricsko

I turned 60 this week...i was 20 when this came out...life goes by way too fast...make the best of it and don't let anyone get in your way.

keith wollenberg

Happy Belated birthday. I'm 43 and I'm feeling that way tonight.

Jacqueline Hauser

I just got the CD.you are right I try to help everyone and life is great.

Paul Knopp

59.5 just fun no cancel culture club.

Rob Torcks

Stop- counting your age then.

Kevin Collins

So for the last several months I have been subscribed to Nick Heyward's Patreon which helps subsidize the cost for his next record. :) He's such a charming guy, it feels good to keep supporting him these many years later.

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Michael Mcgregor

I miss the 80s
I miss thinking I have my whole life ahead of me
I miss the innocents
I miss that first grasp of independence
I miss thinking I knew it all
I miss that feeling of thinking about nothing but girls
I miss the first kisses
I miss falling in love for the first time
I miss falling in love for the first time again a month later
I miss never worrying about my health
I miss the times when music moved me
And
I miss my youth

Michael Leroy

C'mon man nobody should miss school days have too much freaking told what to do being bossed around

Michael Leroy

Make sure you get a girl that doesn't play games

Robert Williams

Well said !

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