You have dogs instead of children
You take long walks instead of spending time with your husband
But if I had a husband like you
I would take long walks too
Long walks too
Long walks too
Long walks too

And you're standing in the supermarket
Watching the boy at the checkout and making love to him - in your head again
And you know it's sad, but you can't stop
It's the only fun you get when you shop
And maybe someday he'll turn round and say

That you are the most beautiful girl in the world
And he'll be Elvis Presley to your Marilyn Monroe
You are the most beautiful girl in the world
And he'll be Elvis Presley to your Marilyn Monroe

And you're standing in the public park
With a pooper-scooper in your hand
This is not what you aspired to
When you were young and your whole life lay before you
Lay before you
Lay before you

And you could've been an architect
Raising structures in your head
But if I'd told you this then would you have settle for it

And you are the most beautiful girl in the world
And I'll be Elvis Presley to your Marilyn Monroe
You are the most beautiful girl in the world
And I'll be Elvis Presley to your Marilyn Monroe

And when you've run out of boys to kiss and you've run out of girls to talk to
There's got to be more than this - there's got to there's got to there's go to
When you've run out of boys to kiss and you've run out of girls to talk to
There's got to be more than this there's got to there's got to there's go to

And you are the most beautiful girl in the world
And I'll be Elvis Presley to your Marilyn Monroe
You are the most beautiful girl in the world
And I'll be Elvis Presley to your Marilyn Monroe


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Public park song meanings
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