I love that deafening thundering sound
That sounds like buildings tumbling down
And people wish that they weren't around
When we all rock and roll into town

We hear those fearful piercing screams
The kind you find on cinema screens
As if they're fit to burst at the seams
If they could say what all of this means

I am I am the elephant man
It is incredible how I can
Look just like just like an elephant man
Just like, just like my elephant fans

We love that satisfying, rattling crash,
The sound of registers full of cash
We'll be all over your town like a rash
We'll steal your children and smoke all your hash

I am, I am the elephant man,
It is incredible how I can
Look just like just like an elephant man,
Just like, just like my elephant fans

I love that deafening, thundering sound
That sounds like buildings tumbling down
And people wish that they weren't around
When we all rock and roll into town

I am, I am the elephant man,
It is incredible how I can
Look just like just like an elephant man
Just like, just like my elephant fans

We are, we are the elephant men,
Take heed, we'll be stampeding again
Look out all of you fairweather friends
Because elephants never forget


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Elephant Man Lyrics as written by Codling

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    General CommentI think these lyrics are actually really good, light hearted and fun. The last lines are very poignant as well
    "Take heed we'll be stampeding again
    Look out all of you fairweather friends
    Because elephants never forget"
    Is to me clearly about being stabbed in the back by people who only want to use you for one thing or another.
    The overall power of the lyrics about such widespread destruction against such an easy flowing song makes for a fantastic contrast in my opinion too.
    Sread92on August 07, 2011   Link

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