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Elton John «Candle in the wind». ТЕКСТ ПЕСНИ

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Слова: Bernie Taupin, Elton John
Музыка: Elton John, Bernie Taupin
© ООО «Юниверсал Мьюзик Паблишинг»
℗ CDCom Publishing
 Goodbye, Norma Jean, 
 Though I never knew you at all; 
 You had the grace to hold yourself 
 While those around you crawled; 
 They crawled out of the woodwork, 
 And they whispered into your brain, 
 They set you on the treadmill, 
 And they made you change your name. 

 And it seems to me you lived your life 
 Like a candle in the wind, 
 Never knowing who to cling to, 
 When the rain set in. 
 And I would have liked to have known you,
 But I was just a kid, 
 Your candle burned out long before 
 Your legend ever did. 

 Loneliness was tough, 
 The toughest role you ever played; 
 Hollywood created a superstar -  
 And pain was the price you paid; 
 Even when you died, 
 Oh the press still hounded you 
 All the papers had to say 
 Was that Marilyn was found in the nude. 

 And it seems to me you lived your life 
 Like a candle in the wind, 
 Never knowing who to cling to, 
 When the rain set in. 
 And I would have liked to have known you,
 But I was just a kid, 
 Your candle burned out long before 
 Your legend ever did. 

 Goodbye, Norma Jean, 
 Though I never knew you at all; 
 You had the grace to hold yourself 
 While those around you crawled... 
 Goodbye, Norma Jean, 
 From the young man in the twenty-second row, 
 Who sees you as something more than sexual, 
 More than just our Marilyn Monroe. 

 And it seems to me you lived your life 
 Like a candle in the wind, 
 Never knowing who to cling to, 
 When the rain set in. 
 And I would have liked to have known you,
 But I was just a kid, 
 Your candle burned out long before 
 Your legend ever did... 
 Your candle burned out long before 
 Your legend ever did... 
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