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As these 30 songs reveal, although the device itself has changed over the years, the phone’s importance to relationships has stayed remarkably constant — and thus remained a lyrical staple.“Hotline Bling,” Drake (2015) “Hotline Bling” is the classic tale of the sulking man-child who can’t handle the fact that the world doesn’t revolve around him.
When you talk on the phone, you’ll miss out on some of the body language and eye contact that an in-person conversation might have.
Quick note to Drake: The phone works both ways, buddy, maybe you could have turned this thing around if you called her for once instead of playing the “you’ve changed” card when you’re the one who moved away and all.
The talented gymnast sent the picture to friends on a private Instagram chat, explaining that the only way she would win the approval of her boyfriend's parents would be if she looked like the girl in the photo.
Both “Hello” and “Hotline Bling” find common ground in romantic duress revolving around the telephone, the former about missed connections with an ex via home phone, and the latter about missed connections with a soon-to-be-ex-something via cell phone.
This fascination isn’t new, of course: Pop music’s relationship with the telephone is a long and sometimes sordid affair.