I've been lost Since she's gone That piano She's kneeling on I don't want you to Marry me Make believe You're Debbie G. I'm not down on Who you are She is love with a voice And a shape that's like guitar I don't want you You want me Make believe You're Debbie G. Make believe You're Debbie G. Make believe You're Debbie G. Black Francis
This song results from an obsession of drummer David Lovering over pop singer Debbie Gibson. It was written by Black Francis and sung by David Lovering.
Debbie Gibson (now known as Deborah Gibson) was a succesful teenage pop singer with songs like "Only In My Dreams", "Shake Your Love" and "Lost In Your Eyes". She is now an accomplished stage performer.
"A song I wrote for David Lovering, a love song for Debbie Gibson. When we recorded it originally I doubled up the drums and it sounded way Gary Glitter, way Clash. I loved it but it was a little too like The Dickies and Ciccone Youth and those guys do it best." -- Black Francis in NME
"A kind of love song to Debbie Gibson, but it's something of a joke really. I don't really want to marry her. Honestly." -- Black Francis in Melody Maker
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