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Elvis appreciation topic
#11
Bless. I went to Graceland a few years ago. One of the most bizarre experiences I've ever had.
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#12
he was never my cup of tea but i must admit everybody likes at least one of his songs
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#13
Why Bizarre? Graceland is a place i've always wanted to visit not cos i'm a huge fan of his music i like some of his songs but i grew up watching the movies lol
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#14
Perhaps 'surreal' is a beter word Joolsa. It was just unreal being there. I nicked a pebble from his garden which I cherish!

Whatever one's opinion of him, the man had charisma. How can you not admire this?



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#15
He did push the boundarys though and music wouldn't be what it is today without him he was rock n roll afterall.
And may i add not a bad chanter too S
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#16
Elvis has just left the building --
Those are his footprints, right there
Elvis has just left the building --
To climb up that heavenly stair
He gave away Cadillacs once in a while;
Had sex in his underpants,
Yes, he had style!
Bell-bottom jump-suits?
That's them in a pile,
But he don't need them now,
Cause he's making Jesus smile!
Elvis has just left the building
Those are his footprints, right there
Elvis has just left the building
To climb up that heavenly stair
The Angels all love him,
He brings them relief
With droplets of moisture
From his handkerchief!
Cherubim 'n seraphim
Whizz over his head
Jesus, let him come back
We don't want Elvis dead.
Elvis has just left the building
Those are his footprints, right there
Elvis has just left the building
To climb up that heavenly stair
So what if he looks like a wart-hog in heat?
He knows we all love him
We'll just watch him eat,
So take down the foil
From his hotel retreat,
And bring back The King
For the man in the street!
Elvis has just left the building
Those are his footprints, right there
Elvis has just left the building
To climb up that heavenly stair
He's up there with Jesus, in a big purple chair
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#17
Not a zappa fan, but I imagined those lines as being read by a Northern poet, was pretty good, respect.


Have you made the effort to listen to your subconscious today? 'Your sake' breakz are as amazing as line times or pin mins.


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#18
Irish version of an Elvis song for Paddy's.





Have you made the effort to listen to your subconscious today? 'Your sake' breakz are as amazing as line times or pin mins.


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