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Dave McNamara – Fur Elise lyrics
She's playing the news on her piano
Somewhat drunken fingers moving a little slow
Don't call her on it, she'll just cry a bit

Said she liked it with your hand on her shoulder
Said it made her friends seem a little colder
She likes to think that you're all she's got
All she's got

She's got church hymns on her lips
Small hands play me Fur Elise
Apologizes when she slips
She's just damned cute when she drinks

Swears I'm her best friend in the world
Wants to know if I like this kind of girl
Wants me to at least stay the night

You know I've got things to attend to
Places to see and people to use
But I guess I ought to stay if I'm all she's got
All she's got

She's got church hymns on her lips
Small hands play me Fur Elise
Apologizes when she slips
She's just damned cute when she drinks

She told me that she liked my songs
And that she wanted the world to sing along
She prayed maybe I wouldn't leave
Wish I could change my mind, wish this all could be

She's got church hymns on her lips
Small hands play me Fur Elise
Apologizes when she slips
She's just damned cute when she drinks

She's got church hymns on her lips
Small hands play me Fur Elise
Apologizes when she slips
She's just damned cute when she drinks
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