Blondie - Denis

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Music video by Blondie performing Denis.

"Denis" a.k.a. "Denee Denee" is a song by American New Wave band Blondie. It featured on the band's second studio album, Plastic Letters (1977), and was the second UK single release by Blondie on Chrysalis records.

A gender-swapping cover of the 1963 hit "Denise" by Randy & the Rainbows, the song helped the band break into the international market. The original version of the song contained a verse with partly improvised lyrics in French by vocalist Debbie Harry. Although Chrysalis insisted that the band re-record the song with a grammatically correct French translation, both the band and producer Richard Gottehrer preferred the first take. Harry stood her ground on the matter, and the version containing the "pidgin French" lyrics was released. The second, re-recorded version had its debut as a bonus track on EMI UK's 1994 re-issue of Plastic Letters.

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