The origins of the GUE's rock music can be traced to the legendary
singer Elvis Flathead, whose first concert in 841 GUE propelled him to
stardom. For years following this public debut, fans would flock to see
“the King” sway back and forth to smash hits such as "Love is Blind,"
and "Hellhound," as in "You Ain’t Nothing But a Hellhound," both the
highlights of his career. He also once sang "You can't get
Coconuts for nothin'." Elvis' had one daughter, the famous Leeza
Flathead. The date of death of this great singer is unknown, but had
certainly passed away from 949.
that Elvis seems to have been unknown prior to his first concert, this
did not stop Dimwit Flathead from being well aware of his music
around 789 GUE. Historians believe this knowledge may have come
about due to the king's excessive undertakings of the time tunnels
in the 770s. Others believe that Elvis Flathead had but a small cult
following until his concert, while others still consider the following
account portraying Dimwit's knowledge of Elvis to be purely fiction:
man had a mission to protect Lord Dimwit from the riotous residents of the
Fublio Valley, who opposed the giant statue his Royal Excessively Highness was
constructing at the expense of their neighborhood. Flathead’s men were told to
memorize the last line of the popular Zorkian anthem, “You Ain’t Nothin’ But a
Hellhound.” This signal would distinguish Flathead’s undercover men from the
local marauders. But—everyone forgets a code now and then—and when it came
right down to swordpoint—who knows the last line to that song, anyways? With
his men stammering, “You ain’t nothin’ but a Hellhound,” which is the first
line, rather than, “You ain’t no friend of mine,” which is indeed the last,
Lord Dimwit lost 3,000 of his best men, and vowed to make Elvis Flathead
required listening for his troops in the future.
Elvis imitators abound, and those aspiring stars who cannot sing quite
as well as Elvis did can be found in Borphee every winter, at The From
Bad to Worst Songfest.