Elevator Love Letter

I love this song, but Leah thinks it’s strange. It’s by a Canadian group that I’d never heard of before Launchcast started playing them for me. The album this song is on is supposedly chock full of love songs. If they are all as good as this song, I’m buying it.

Elevator Love Letter – Stars

I’m so hard for a rich girl
My heels are high, my eyes cast low
And I don’t know how to love
I get too tired after mid-day, lately
I take it out on my good friends
But the worst stays in
Oh where would I begin?

My office glows all night long,
It’s a nuclear show and the stars are gone
Elevator, elevator, take me home

I’m so hard for the rich girl
Her heels are high and my hope’s so low
’cause I don’t know how to love
I’ll take her home after midnight
And if she likes, I’ll tell her lies
of how we’ll fall in love by the morning
I don’t think she’ll know that I’m saying goodbye

My office glows all night long
it’s a nuclear show and the stars are gone
Elevator, elevator, take me home

My office glows all night long
it’s a nuclear show and the stars are gone
Elevator, elevator, take me home

Don’t go. Say you’ll stay
Spend a lazy Sunday in my arms
I won’t take anything away

Don’t go. Say you’ll stay
Spend a lazy Sunday in my arms
don’t take anything away

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  1. OH YES.
    The album is full of great songs like that one.