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"I Wish the Phone Would Ring" Single by Exposé from the album Exposé Released September 1992 Format CD maxi-single 12" single Genre Pop, Dance Length 4:06 (album version) Label Arista Writer(s) Michael Margules Marvin Morrow Producer Steve Thompson Michael Barbiero Exposé singles chronology "Stop, Listen, Look & Think" (1990) "I Wish the Phone Would Ring" (1992) "I'll Never Get Over You Getting Over Me" (1993) "I Wish the Phone Would Ring" is the title of a 1992 song by the American girl group Exposé. The song was written by Michael Margules (also known as "Michael Jay") and Marvin Morrow, and it appears on Exposé's self-titled 1992 album. The single is a mid-tempo dance-pop tune that lyrically describes how the singers desire to hear their lovers call them on the telephone. Lead vocals on the song were performed by Jeanette Jurado. In addition to veteran members Jurado and Ann Curless, this was the first single released by Exposé to feature Kelly Moneymaker as a member of the group, since Gioia Bruno had departed in 1991 due to the discovery of a benign throat tumor. Contents 1 Reception 2 Music video 3 Track listing 3.1 U.S. CD Maxi-single 3.2 U.S. 12" single 4 Charts 5 References 6 External links Reception Released as the first single from the album in September 1992, "I Wish the Phone Would Ring" became the group's ninth Top 40 hit on the Billboard Hot 100, reaching #28 on the chart in December of that year.[1] Although the song missed the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart, the 12" single did reach #14 on the magazine's Hot Dance Singles Sales chart.[2] Music video The music video for "I Wish the Phone Would Ring", shows the members of the group wearing black shirts and blue jeans dancing and lip-syncing to the song. Interspersed with this are scenes of couples missing each other's phone messages, until the end of the video when the couples are able to connect. Track listing U.S. CD Maxi-single "I Wish the Phone Would Ring" Album Mix (4:06) "I Wish the Phone Would Ring" Remix (6:21) "I Wish the Phone Would Ring" Exposed Mix (5:04) "I Wish the Phone Would Ring" Dub House Mix (6:57) "I'll Never Get Over You Getting Over Me" (3:49) U.S. 12" single A1 - "I Wish the Phone Would Ring" Remix (6:18) A2 - "I Wish the Phone Would Ring" Exposed Mix (5:03) B1 - "I Wish the Phone Would Ring" Dub House Mix (6:49) B2 - "I Wish the Phone Would Ring" Album Version (4:05) B3 - "I Wish the Phone Would Ring" Acapella (3:21) Charts Chart (1992/1993) Peak position U.S. Billboard Hot 100 28 U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Singles Sales 14 U.S. Billboard Top 40 Mainstream 21 U.S. Billboard Rhythmic Top 40 20 References ^ Whitburn, Joel (2004). The Billboard Book of Top 40 Hits, 8th Edition (Billboard Publications), page 215. ^ Hot Dance Singles Sales info Billboard.com. Retrieved 23 May 2009. External links 12" single info from discogs.com v · d · eExposé Gioia Bruno · Ann Curless · Jeanette Jurado · Kelly Moneymaker Studio albums Exposure (1987) · What You Don't Know (1989) · Exposé (1992) Compilations Greatest Hits · Master Hits · The Encore Collection: Seasons Change · Exposé's Greatest Dance Mixes · Dance Mixes Singles "Point of No Return" · "Exposed to Love" · "Come Go with Me" · "Point of No Return" (re-release) · "Let Me Be the One" · "Seasons Change" · "What You Don't Know" · "When I Looked at Him" · "Tell Me Why" · "Your Baby Never Looked Good in Blue" · "Stop, Listen, Look & Think" · "I Wish the Phone Would Ring" · "I'll Never Get Over You Getting Over Me" · "As Long as I Can Dream" · "In Walked Love" · "I Specialize in Love" · "I'll Say Good-Bye for the Two of Us" Related topics Discography · Lewis Martineé · Sandeé · Arista Records · Girl group Book:Exposé