Did You Know: “Every Breath You Take” By The Police
‘Tickets @ 2’ features a Grammy winner that was the biggest hit of 1983 and was #1 in the U.S. for 8 weeks; “Every Breath You Take” by [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]The Police[/lastfm].
It’s one of the most misinterpreted songs ever. It’s about an obsessive stalker, but it sounds like a love song.
In a 1983 interview with the New Musical Express, Sting explained: “I think it’s a nasty little song, really rather evil. It’s about jealousy and surveillance and ownership.”
Sting wrote the song on the same desk in Jamaica where Ian Fleming wrote his James Bond Novels.
Caller # 16 when it plays between two and three wins Sea World San Diego tickets, and dinner for two at El Torito; 1-800-232-KRTH (5784)