Seven For Me And You (Elvis)

Seven For Me And You (Elvis)

 

There was a prince consumed by dark obsessions/Favourites pandered to his every needs/There was a king who squandered his possessions/ Till there was nothing left of him to bleed

 

The kid is hiding in behind the jukebox/In the back room of a seaside town arcade/The teddy boys in blue suede shoes and white socks/Rocked to every record that you made

 

And it’s one for the money and it’s two for the show /Three for the fans that don’t let go/ Four for the pills and five for the chicks /Six for the doctors that made you sick/ And it’s return to sender

baby don’t you want me back

 

John Lennon said before you there was nothing/That’s the tribute that John Lennon paid/I spent all my money in the jukebox/The night that someone told me you were dead

 

And it’s one for the money and it’s two for the show /Three for the fans that don’t let go/ Four for the pills and five for the chicks /Six for the doctors that made you sick/ And it’s lonesome tonight baby what you want me to do

 

Don’t believe I’d ever go to Graceland/I’d never christen children with your name/ But I still listen to those old Sun records/And I think about the price some pay for fame

 

And it’s one for the money and it’s two for the show /Three for the fans that don’t let go/ Four for the pills and five for the chicks /Six for the doctors that made you sick/ And it’s seven for me and you