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Elvis & Me Lyrics

Artist: Dance Hall Crashers
Album: Honey I'm Homely

When you walked by I saw a small tear in your eye
Lifted you up and threw you into the sun
When you returned, you were a little burned
But you learned the secret of it all
And you thought that you would burn
But that'd be too easy
It was only the end of the beginning
Cause now it can be Elvis and me

I thought you knew what it was that I had to do
Never occurred that you would just roll over
I had to go, not very long though you know
Guess for you it was an eternity
And if you think you've got it now
Go start your crying
It's gonna be different when i'm home
Cause it's gonna be Elvis and me

It's gonna be Elvis and me
Just Elvis and me
Just Elvis and me

So if you think you've got it now
Go start your crying
It's gonna be different when i'm home
Cause it's gonna be Elvis and me

I wish I could fix it so that you understood
If I cracked my head it would bleed like mercury
The pieces of the poison raining above
Won't touch you now
I'll never let it again
So if you think you've got it now
Continue your crying
It's gonna be different when i'm home
Cause it's gonna be Elvis and me
It's just Elvis and me
It's always been Elvis and me
Just Elvis and me
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