I was driving
(yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
She sat beside me just the way that you now are
And I, well, I never wanted anything more
Than Ellen telling me the things she did

She told me of the boy she used to love
Said she'd stayed at home until she 'd had enough
Now she's living in the city
And that's alright by me

We were walking
I was walking her home
Middle of February, I shivered in the cold
And thought: "If I could only walk more slowly
Tonight wouldn't end so fast
It could last for hours and hours,"

And if, when we finally got there
She said: "Would you like some tea?"
Well, I'd glanced at my watch
And say: "Sounds alright by me!"

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Ellen's Telling Me What I Want To Hear song meanings
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