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Eleanor's Castle (Allan Clarke) lyrics

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Hollies – Eleanor's Castle (Allan Clarke) lyrics

Eleanor's Castle, boy, what a hassle
Why did you have to build yorr walls so high?
I'd put my arm around you, but a moat surrounds you
The only way's to let your drawbridge down

Nights without number, I'm without slumber
Thinking of ways to breach your turrets tall
You're an iron lady and someday maybe
You'll forget to bar the iron door

Man was made to conquer, so the story goes
I wish I knew who said it he could help me 'cause he knows
This situation's gettin' way out of line
I can't win if you won't let me in
Ain't it a sin? (it's a sin she won't let him in)

Break

Shielded from my advances, there's very few chances
I'm a one man crusade fightin' in vain
Rack my brains for ideas but it appears
Compared to you dragons are easily slain

Eleanor's Castle boy, what a hassle
Why did you have to build your walls so high?
Nights without number, I'm without slumber
Thinking of ways to breach your turrets tall
Shielded from my advances, there's very few chances
I'm a one man crusade fight' in vain



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