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#Fogatera: El Marshall interpretó 'Part Time Lover', de Stevie Wonder

2018-07-18 12:57:35

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En 'Mañanas de Rock & Pop', El Marshall interpretó como la #Fogatera, un clásico de Stevie Wonder, 'Part Time Lover, tema publicado en agosto de 1985, como parte del disco 'In Square Circle'.

'Part Time Lover' alcanzó la posición 1 en las listas Billboard Hot 100, R&B, dance, y adult contemporary. Los éxitos simultaneos en las listas convirtieron a Stevie Wonder en el primer artista en alcanzar la posición 1 en cuatro diferentes listas Billboard. Fue el número 1 por cuatro semanas desde enero a febrero de 1986.

Gracias a este 'hit' musical, Stevie Wonder ganó una nominación Grammy Award por la mejor interpretación vocal masculina Pop en 1986.

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LETRA DE 'PART TIME LOVER', DE STEVIE WONDER

Call up, ring once, hang up the phone 
To let me know you made it home 
Don't want nothing to be wrong with part-time lover 

If she's with me I'll blink the lights 
To let you know tonight's the night 
For me and you my part-time lover

We are undercover passion on the run 
Chasing love up against the sun 
We are strangers by day, lovers by night 
Knowing it's so wrong, but feeling so right

If I'm with friends and we should meet 
Just pass me by, don't even speak 
Know the word's "discreet" when part-time lovers 

But if there's some emergency 
Have a male friend to ask for me 
So then she won't peek its really you my part-time lover

We are undercover passion on the run 
Chasing love up against the sun 
We are strangers by day, lovers by night 
Knowing it's so wrong, but feeling so right 

I've got something that I must tell 
Last night someone rang our doorbell 
And it was not you my part-time lover 

And then a man called our exchange 
But didn't want to leave his name 
I guess that two can play the game 
Of part-time lovers 

You and me, part-time lovers 
But, she and he, part-time lovers