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Elton John: I'm Still Standing Meaning

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Song Released: 1983


I'm Still Standing Lyrics

You could never know what it's like
Your blood like winter freezes just like ice
And there's a cold lonely light that shines from you
You'll wind up like the wreck you hide behind that mask you use

And did you think this fool could never...

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    kooljohn176
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    Jan 19th, 2017 1:21pm report


    A great old song by ELTON JOHN about a Individual person or Elton John himself who OVERCAME HIMSELF [the disease and addiction of drugs along with The Pusher that fueled his hungry Ego] To proudly say to ''IT'', ''I'AM Still Standing'' as a true survivor, still alive to feel free and happy as a kid from the clown ''IT'' wanted me to become, while hiding behind that mask that ''IT'' wears. A reminder to a modern day ''TRUMP TRIUMPS'' over the ''morbid nihilism'' pushed by The Left that wanted to see him like a dead clown with no hope and faith that only back fired on them.



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    anonymous
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    Jul 25th, 2016 7:53pm report


    Nobody can knock him down he stays strong no matter what



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    anonymous
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    Dec 17th, 2011 12:35am report


    He keeps wanting to be loved, no matter how hard he gets pushed.




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