"Like I'm Elvis" as written by and David Byrnes Jay Brunswick....
I'm in a light bulb hotel here in Austin
Outside I hear the cold Kentucky rain
It's been a long and lonely from where I've starter
Just to see the mockyside misspell my name
Tonight I play for empty chairs and people
But back home my love she says prayer for me
And to belong she sleeps in like Ranger
Between me and her is all but Tennessee

But she loves me like I'm Elvis
She treats me like I just might be the king
She won't mad if I'm never famous
She'll stay up all night just to hear me sing
We may not ever have a mansion in Memphis
But she loves me like I'm Elvis

The owner never pay me what he promise
The only autograph I sing was my bar tab
Last week van broke down outside of Austin
To get it run it cost me every dime I had

But she loves me like I'm Elvis
She treats me like I just might be the king
She won't mad if I'm never famous
She'll stay up all night just to hear me sing
We may not ever have a mansion in Memphis
But she loves me like I'm Elvis

But I may never brace the gates of Graceland
Make the upper stage of the silver screen
But as long as I've got her by my side
I've got everything that I'll ever need

But she loves me like I'm Elvis
She treats me like I just might be the king
She won't mad if I'm never famous
She'll stay up all night just to hear me sing
We may not ever have a mansion in Memphis
But she loves me like I'm Elvis
Yes she loves me like I'm Elvis


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"Like I'm Elvis" as written by David Byrnes Dan Adams

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