"Elouise" as written by and Eric Elbogen....
On a dial somewhere between the high eighties
And low nineties FM
Elouise plays the first five frets for those who wake
From twelve to two AM

And her voice is pure and soft
Oh, when she stumbles on her words
And every boy in town is pretty certain
He deserves to marry her someday soon

And that's not all that Elouise
She just got a Jazz Master guitar
And her band got a [Incomprehensible] stranger
And they've just been submitted for a tour

And her tone is deep as night
When she plays her minor chords
And the rhythm section's tight
But they're always ignored, always ignored

And her voice is pure and soft
Oh, when she struggles on her words
And every boy in town is pretty certain
He deserves to marry her




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"Elouise" as written by Eric Elbogen

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    My Opinionawesome song.
    the new album is great
    cowsforhireon March 04, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General Commentit's violent femmes, not five frets.
    :]
    BleatsandTinkson March 11, 2009   Link
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    General Comment"and her band got a ?? stranger and..."

    via the liner notes that should actually read:

    "and her band got a blurb in The Stranger and..."
    babydontyoucryon April 03, 2009   Link

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