Daisy and Violet work at the market
I hear they used to live on the road
Somebody told me, singing in sideshows
Joined at the hips of the songs that they wrote

Daisy and Violet come in a vision
Double the dresses, double the fun
Singing a harmony only a sister could sing
Of the times and the freedom they won

Daisy fell ill and was followed by Violet
A neighbor would find them dead on the ground
Somewhere inside the mind of a child
Are harmonies only a sister could sing

Elephant Man died in his own bed
The neck that he had had a heart of its own
They said that his mother was crushed by a monster
When he was inside her an elephant gnome

A penny for the sisters and a penny for the man
A penny for the sisters and a penny for the man

Lyrics submitted by fancyashley, edited by smallwonderrobot

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