Susie and Jeffrey (4:09)

Cover of The Platinum Collection (disc 2)

From The Platinum Collection (disc 2) and 4 other releases

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  • Schwanenherz

    I so love this song maybe *because its so weird remembers me of Rocky Horror Picture show in some way ...

    14 Dec 2010 Reply
  • iverish

    why they needed blood test to get married?

    10 Dec 2010 Reply
  • suzayyy64

    Wow! I never knew this was real. Great song tho, I love it

    21 May 2010 Reply
  • BobAnthony

    Correct, RyanPC, however, I don't think they were on thier way to get the blood test, I believe they were driving home at the time. They lived across from the studio. The reason the song seems 'wierd', pixienat, may be partly due to the unexplained details, such as 'Gordon Avenue' (the studio was on the corner of Gordon and Sunset in Hollywood); 'what if I can't be deprogrammed' (Jeff was in a local punk band called Deprogramer); the record you can't get 'programmed' refers to a bootleg Blondie record that Jeff ran home to get and brought back to the studio for the band to sign; Etc. BTW: Actually, Jeff was threatening to drive into the building so Susan reached over to step on the break and hit the gas. Oh, and it was an Audi (even more conservaitve!) not a Chevy (guess Chevy sounded better in the song).

    14 Feb 2010 Reply
  • pixienat

    Weird song

    15 Dec 2008 Reply
  • RyanPC

    Apparently it was inspired by something that really happened while they were recording the album. A guy named Jeffrey wrecked his car into the side of the recording studio when he and his girlfriend Suzy were on their way to get a blood test for a marriage license. Debbie wrote about this in the book Making Tracks: The Rise of Blondie.

    30 Aug 2008 Reply
  • DejaVrai

    Anyone know the meaning of this song?

    16 Mar 2008 Reply

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