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      Someone Saved My Life Tonight

      Someone Saved My Life Tonight

      Elton John

      Album: Captain Fantastic And The Brown Dirt Cowboy

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      Elton John - Someone Saved My Life Tonight Música y Letra

      When I think of those east end lights, muggy nights
      The curtains drawn in the little room downstairs
      Prima donna Lord you really should have been there
      Sitting like a princess perched in her electric chair
      And it's one more beer and I don't hear you anymore
      We've all gone crazy lately
      My friends out there rolling 'round the basement floor
      
      And someone saved my life tonight sugar bear
      You almost had your hooks in me didn't you dear
      You nearly had me roped and tied
      Altar-bound, hypnotized
      Sweet freedom whispered in my ear
      You're a butterfly
      And butterflies are free to fly
      Fly away, high away, bye bye
      
      I never realized the passing hours of evening showers
      A slip noose hanging in my darkest dreams
      I'm strangled by your haunted social scene
      Just a pawn out-played by a dominating queen
      It's four o'clock in the morning
      Dammit listen to me good
      I'm sleeping with myself tonight
      Saved in time, thank God my music's still alive
      
      And I would have walked head on into the deep end of the river
      Clinging to your stocks and bonds
      Paying your h.p. demands forever
      
      They're coming in the morning with a truck to take me home
      
      Someone saved my life tonight, someone saved my life tonight
      Someone saved my life tonight, someone saved my life tonight
      Someone saved my life tonight
      So save your strength and run the field you play alone

      Elton John - Someone Saved My Life Tonight Música y Letra

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