Oh, Elvis, do you think it could work?
—Yes, I think it could work, Marilyn.
But it's such a long time ago and I don't know if anyone still knows who we are.
—Don't bother, we have to believe in ourselves.

But I look much older now, look at my legs, Elvis.
They're not as long and nice as they used to be.
—I still like them, and I think everyone will like them, Marilyn.
And what about my voice?

—Your voice sounds as soft as the raindrops on the roses I have in my garden.
Oh, Elvis. But don't you think we've been waiting too long?
—No, I think it was right to take a break.

Yes, Elvis?
—What do you think about my sideburns?
—Sometimes I think I should better take them off.
Oh, Elvis, I still like it. It looks good.

—Oh my god, I am a little bit tired.
What happened, Elvis?
—I've been thinking a lot about this whole situation.
Maybe you're not tired then, just a little bit nervous, Elvis.
—Oh, Marilyn, I hope we can handle this situation.
It's the same with me, I don't sleep very well at the moment.
And when I sleep, then I dream of all these things. I see you dancing, Elvis.
—I started practicing a little bit, but only a little bit.

—Oh, Marilyn, look at these mountains! Isn't it wonderful?
That's unbelievably nice, Elvis.
I haven't seen something like this before.
—Oh, yes, but it's really good to be here, Marilyn.

Elvis, do you think I should buy me a new dress?
I think that nowadays people dress in another way.
—I think this dress fits you very well, Marilyn, why should you change something?
Maybe people don't accept me when I look that old-fashioned.
—Oh, Marilyn, we have to believe in ourselves, that's the only thing we can do.
Yeah, you're probably right Elvis.
Let's go back home for a cup of coffee.
—Oh yes, that's a good idea, Marilyn. Let's go back home.

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I Think It Could Work, Marilyn song meanings
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