Elton John to re-write ‘Candle in the Wind’ to mourn the death of Harry’s Royal status.

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Elton John to re-write 'Candle in the Wind' to mourn the death of Harry's Royal status

Prince Harry has arrived in the UK for a last round of royal engagements

This comes with the news that pop Singer Elton John  will be re-recording his classic hit ‘Candle in the Wind’ as a tribute to the death of Harry’s royal status.

John released a cover of his 1973 original following the death of Princess Diana in 1997, which became the 2nd highest selling single of all time and earned the singer a knighthood, and he’s hoping his 3rd attempt at this song will earn the top spot, due to hate-filled ‘rage’ buying by Daily Mail readers.

The Queen has stated that this is a very difficult time for her, and as with Diana’s death, only the shameless lyrical alterations to a ballad by a past-his-prime performer will be able to soothe her.

The original, with lyrics by Bernie Taupin, is currently in the process of being reworked, with Taupin releasing a snippet to the press below:

Goodbye Prince Harry
Though I never knew you at all
I’m personally offended
You don’t want to be Royal

And it seems to me you should live your life
By Piers Morgan’s whims
Who doesn’t like your wife
Cause of her skin
And the public doesn’t know you
But they feel like they did
Cause you’ve been on TV constantly
Ever since you were a kid

John is expected to perform the song live at a memorial to Harry’s royal title, which will be held at Westminster abbey and attended by furious white people.


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