Calling Elvis, is anybody home?
Calling Elvis, I'm here all alone
Did he leave the building?
Or can he come to the phone?
Calling Elvis, I'm here all alone

Well tell him I was calling just to wish him well
Let me leave my number, heartbreak hotel
Oh love me tender, baby don't be cruel
Return to sender, treat me like a fool

Calling Elvis, is anybody home?
Calling Elvis, I'm here all alone
Did he leave the building?
Can he come to the phone?
Calling Elvis, I'm here all alone (all alone)

Why don't you go get him, I'm his biggest fan
You gotta tell him, he's still the man
Long distance baby, so far from home
Don't you think maybe you could put him on

Well tell him I was calling just to wish him well
Let me leave my number, heartbreak hotel
Oh love me tender, baby don't be cruel
Return to sender, treat me like a fool

Calling Elvis, is anybody home?
Calling Elvis, I'm here all alone
Did he leave the building?
Can he come to the phone?
Calling Elvis, I'm here all alone

Calling Elvis, is anybody home?
Calling Elvis, I'm here all alone
Did he leave the building?
Can he come to the phone?
Calling Elvis, I'm here all alone


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Calling Elvis Lyrics as written by Mark Knopfler

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    General CommentOn Every Street is hardly the album that can be described as their descent into oblivion. It is by exception an album with a lot of new songs (much more than any of the other albums, apart from their first one) and I am much inclined to describe it as a highlight, announcing all the wonderful things we could still expect, but which never came ...
    tompoes1951on March 27, 2010   Link

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