"Automatic Lover (Call for Love)" is the second single by German Eurodance group Real McCoy from their album Another Night, released in early 1994. Although it didn't match the success of its predecessor, "Another Night", it still managed to chart in a number in the top 20 of a number of countries including Germany, Sweden and Australia. In Australia, it was released as the 5th single from the album and charted in 1996. The song contained the lyric, "automatic lover" in a robotic manner, similarly to British singer Dee D. Jackson's 1977 single of the same name.

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  • "Automatic Lover (Call for Love)" is the second single by German Eurodance group Real McCoy from their album Another Night, released in early 1994. Although it didn't match the success of its predecessor, "Another Night", it still managed to chart in a number in the top 20 of a number of countries including Germany, Sweden and Australia. In Australia, it was released as the 5th single from the album and charted in 1996. The song contained the lyric, "automatic lover" in a robotic manner, similarly to British singer Dee D. Jackson's 1977 single of the same name. (en)
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  • "Automatic Lover (Call for Love)" is the second single by German Eurodance group Real McCoy from their album Another Night, released in early 1994. Although it didn't match the success of its predecessor, "Another Night", it still managed to chart in a number in the top 20 of a number of countries including Germany, Sweden and Australia. In Australia, it was released as the 5th single from the album and charted in 1996. The song contained the lyric, "automatic lover" in a robotic manner, similarly to British singer Dee D. Jackson's 1977 single of the same name. (en)
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