"Velvet Elvis" as written by Kevin Charles Gagnepain, Brad Booker and Andrew Jeremy Schmidt....
I washed with water and stared at him over again
My silly faces were changing from pale to red
How did I get here?
Now I can't turn my head
Sometimes we hear what's softly spoken
Yet still seem so afraid
And when we're healing all that's broken
We turn to you and say
I think you're right where you belong
I touched my hand upon Elvis
Now I can't complain
I touched only felt on his canvas, and I'll do it again
Why are we even holding on so long?
And we still touch you barely breathing
You seem to have had it made
We're feeling fairly open, but who am I to say?
I think you're right where you belong
I'm staring over, and over, and over again
I'm wondering if I'd ever been here and when
Hey, Ali also won our hearts long ago
But honestly I, too, move so slowly
Yet seem to make the grade
And when I'm feeling rather lonely
I turn to you and say
I think you're right where you belong
Hey, hello, are you my only friend?
I'm wondering when I'll see your face again
Hey, hello, are you my only friend?
I'm wondering when I'll see your face again
Hey, hello, are you my only friend?
Because I'd love to hang with you someday
I'd love to hang with you someday


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"Velvet Elvis" as written by Brad Booker Andrew Jeremy Schmidt

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