"Elephant Girl" as written by Glenn Martin Tilbrook and Christopher Henry Difford....
She's interested in me
I'm interested in her
But there's a distance
Each morning as she walks

Our eyes exchange a thought
Our hearts, an interest
I've seen her at the club
Expanding with the funk

She looks so brilliant
She sticks close to her friends
And when the music ends
She is the Indian

I'd like to meet the elephant girl
I feel we know each other so well
From eyes that meet the love they seek
Interested to get close to you
Interested to get close to you

I'm interested to meet
The girl that looks at me
I will be trying
Her color unlike mine
Her hair the plaited vine
I will be climbing

My leg is always pulled
By friends who really would
But say they wouldn't
The joke's against my heart
Immediately she's barred
Their hearts are wooden

I'd like to meet the elephant girl
I feel we know each other so well
From eyes that meet the love they seek
Interested to get close to you
Interested to get close to you

I'm interested in her
She's interested in me
Her distance shortens
She walks towards the light
I walk towards the lines
That seem important

I'm counting up to ten
By five she's gone again
Into the distance
I'll try again to nudge my
Courage for the love look
Without resistance

I'd like to meet the elephant girl
I feel we know each other so well
From eyes that meet the love they seek
Interested to get close to you
Interested to get close to you



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"Elephant Girl" as written by Glenn Martin Tilbrook Christopher Henry Difford

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