Posted by: Bruce | November 30, 2019

Eloise – Barry Ryan 1968

This takes me back to my mid teens, slot car tracks, girls and riding my older sisters little motor scooter through Glebe at night, no licence. Don’t tell my parents.

Word for today;     EloiseI’d love to please her (lyrics below)

More to come;     same blog time, same blog channel

Eloise
Barry Ryan

Every night I’m there
I’m always there
She knows I’m there and heaven knows
I hope she goes (Eloise)
I find it hard to realize
That love was in her eyes
It’s dying now
She knows I’m crying now
And every night I’m there
I break my heart to please
Eloise, Eloise
You know I’m on my knees yeah
I said please
You’re all I want so hear my prayer
My prayer
My Eloise is like the stars that please the night
The sun that makes the day
That lights the way (Eloise)
And when that star goes by
I’ll hold it in my hands and cry
Her love was mine
You know my sun will shine
And every night I’m there
I break my heart to please
Eloise, Eloise
You’re all I want you’ve got to hear my prayer
My prayer
My Eloise I’d love to please her
I’d like to care but she’s not there
And when I find you
I’d be so kind you’d want to stay
I know you’d stay
And as the days grow old
The nights grow cold
I want to hold her near to me
You know she’s dear to me
And only time will tell
And take away this lonely hell
I’m on my knees to my Eloise
And every night I’m there
I break my heart to please
Eloise, Eloise
You are my life so hear my prayer
You are the prize I know you’re there
I know you’re there
You’re all I want you gotta hear my prayer
Yeah yeah yeah
You’re all I need but you’re not there
Oh no you’re not there
No no no no
Yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah
My Eloise
Oh I’d love to please her
Oh my Eloise
Oh my Eloise oh my Eloise
Don’t lie to me
I said no no no no
My Eloise
Songwriters: PAUL RYAN
© Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
For non-commercial use only.
Data from: LyricFind


Responses

  1. Well I never knew. You devil!

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