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​Eleanor

This song is by The Cats and appears on the album Homerun (1976).

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You came to me and said you'd like to dance
And that seemed a rather strange thing to do
I never thought that I could stand a chance
With you that evening

I thought you were the brash and pushing kind
They always said that you were lovable too
You are just the one who's on my mind
And now you're calling

Eleanor, my life is worth much more now with you
And the cost of living seems to be losing its value
Can't you see that I have never known love before?
That the world you live in doesn't know my feelings

You see, I'm pleased that you did pass my door
Show me what you feel for me till the morning
I don't mind 'cause I love you and the feeling is strange

Eleanor, my life is worth much more now with you
And the cost of living seems to be losing its value
Can't you see that I have never known love before?
That the world you live in doesn't know my feelings

You see, I'm pleased that you did pass my door
Show me what you feel for me till the morning
I don't mind 'cause I love you and the feeling is strange