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ELLIOT’S SONG Lyrics – DOMINIC FIKE & ZENDAYA

ELLIOT’S SONG Lyrics seem to explore feelings of alienation and loneliness. The references to being unseen and unheard by passersby convey a sense of invisibility – of being lost in a crowd where no one notices your pain. The speaker longs for connection, for someone to “sing my song” and voice my inner hurts. There is a sadness at feeling unable to articulate one’s true self to others. The repetition of “no one knows” highlights the isolation of going through life feeling unknown and misunderstood. However, the act of singing implies a flicker of hope – a chance to share one’s voice after all. Overall, the lyrics speak to the universality of wanting to be truly seen and known. Do read ELLIOT’S SONG Lyrics below.

ELLIOT’S SONG Lyrics

[Verse 1]
I’ve got no place
Buildin’ you a rocket up to outer space
I watch you fade
Keeping the lights on in this forsaken place[Chorus]
Little star
Feels like you fell right on my head
Gave you away to the wind
I hope it was worth it in the end
You and my guitar
I think you may be my only friend
I gave it all to see you shine again
I hope it was worth it in the end[Verse 2]
Us against the world
Just a couple sinner’s makin’ fun of hell
If I keep you here
I’ll only be doing this for myself

[Chorus]
Little star
Feels like you fell right on my head
Gave you away to the wind
I hope it was worth it in the end

Yеah, I hope so
Think you may be my only friend
I gavе it all to see you shine again
I hope it was worth it in the end
[Bridge]
I know this thing is broken
So I leave my door wide open
Been some time since we’ve spoken
One day we’ll meet again
Some distance when you’re older
You’ll come lean on my shoulder
Tell me that storm is over
That day we meet again

[Chorus]
Feels like you fell right on my head
Gave you away to the wind
I hope it was worth it in the end
You and my guitar
I think you may be my only friend
I gave you away (Mh-mhhm-hmm)
I hope it was worth it in the end

ELLIOT’S SONG Lyrics – DOMINIC FIKE & ZENDAYA

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