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ELOISE

Every night I'm there,
I'm always there, she knows I'm there,
And heaven knows, I hope she goes.
I find it hard to realize that love was in her eyes,
It's dying now, she knows I'm crying now,
And every night I'm there, I break my heart to please
Eloise, Eloise.
You know I'm on my knees, yeah, I said please.
You're all I want so hear my prayer, my prayer.

My Eloise is like the stars that please the night,
The sun that makes the day, that lights the way.
And when my star goes by, I'll hold it in my hands and cry,
Her love is mine, my sun will shine.
Every night I'm there I break my heart to please
Eloise, Eloise.

You're all I want, you gotta hear my prayer.

My Eloise, I'd love to please her,
I'd love to care, but she's not there.
And when I find you, I'd be so kind,
You'd want to stay, I know you'd stay.

And as the days grow old, the nights grow cold,
I wanna hold her near to me, I know she's dear to me.
And only time can tell and take away this lonely hell,
I'm on my knees to Eloise.
And every night I'm there, I break my heart to please
Eloise, Eloise.
You are my life so hear my prayer.
You are the price, I know you're there.
You're all I want so hear my prayer.
You're all I need and I'm not there,
You know I'm not there.
No, no, no, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
My Eloise, I got to please her yeah
She knows I love her, love her, love her, love her, love her, love her
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah...
My Eloise, I got down on my knees to please her
My Eloise... yeahhhhh...



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    UnregisteredSep 17, 2011 at 3:25 am
    Is it an imagined love or rather in fact Eloise represents the need for love, to find love, always waiting and trying to please but never quite reaching - finding. I don't mean to sound pseudish but I am genuinely interested. Guess I better phone Barry or Paul. It is the greatest song. Grandiose or what.
    Makes Bohemian Rhapsody sound like Bob the Builder. Loved it as a kid and heard it today on Gold. Still love it even more. Ranks alongside Matthew and Son. Everlasting Love, and for my money Alice Coopers Elected for full blown overthetopness (add your own to taste i.e. Born to Run)
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    UnregisteredJun 26, 2012 at 9:03 am
    A story about a mother whose daughter was stolen from her and the pain she feels at not being there for her.
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    UnregisteredMar 19, 2012 at 3:07 pm
    It's a couple who's relationship is coming apart somewhat, as relationships do

    He wants her to stay - she wants to go - simples
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    UnregisteredSep 17, 2011 at 4:25 am
    It has actually occurred to me that this whole song lyric could be about Mrs Palm and her 5 little daughters. No sniggering at the back please - and what does this mean I'm UN registered - register me babee, sorry I'm looking at the lyric site

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