"Sartorial Eloquence" as written by Elton John and Tom Robinson....
You've a certain sartorial eloquence
And a style that's almost of your own
You've got the knack of being so laid-back
It's like talking to the great Unknown

You've got a self-sufficient swept-back hairdo
Pretty certain that you've got it made
Oh your lifestyle shows in the clothes you chose
Sitting pretty in the masquerade

[Chorus]
Sing it
Don't you want to play this game no more
Don't you want to play no more?
Don't you want to play this game no more
Don't you want to play no more?

You remain the only main contender
Though you never, you never meant to lose at all
Down at the mouth yet unsurrounded
Adamant before the fall

Though when you go you know I might be lonesome
But I'll keep it under close control
Go and get your kicks and babe let's call it quits
I believe I'm feeling indisposed

[Chorus]


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"Sartorial Eloquence" as written by Elton John Bernie Taupin

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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