I Think I'm Going To Kill Myself

Album: Honky Chateau (1972)
  • A song Elton himself said is not to be taken too seriously. Co-written with his original lyricist Bernie Taupin for the Honky Château album, it runs to 3 minutes 35 seconds, is the third track, and features tap dancing by Legs Larry Smith, who 3 years later was the subject of a song by George Harrison.

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