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Try To Think About Elvis Lyrics

Artist: Patty Loveless
Album: When Fallen Angels Fly

I try to think about Elvis Memphis Oprah in the afternoon
I try to think about palm trees fig leaves the creature of the black lagoon
I try to think about high heels and good deals anything to get me through
I just can't concentrate you're all I think about these days
I try to contemplate the cosmos what goes round and round the sky at night
I try to think about champagne freight trains slowly rolling out of sight
I try to focus on the headlines street crimes everytime I think I might
I just can't concentrate you're all I think about these days
My mind wanders where it will when it settles right on you
I forget what I should say I forget what I should do
[ steel - piano ]
My mind wanders where it will when it settles right on you
I forget what I should say I forget what I should do
I try to think about Shakespeare leap year the Beatles or the Rolling Stones
I try to think about hairdo's tattoos Sushi bars and saxophones
I try to think about the talk shows new clothes
But I guess I should have known
I just can't concentrate you're all I think about these days
You're all I think about these days
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