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The song “Girls Girls Girls,” or “Girls! Girls! Girls!”, Elvis Presley recorded his version for his eponymous motion picture in 1962. It’s a rendition that’s truly irreplaceable.0h

“Girls Girls Girls”, or “Girls! Girls! Girls!”, is a song written and produced by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller. It was originally recorded by The Coasters, who released it as a single in July 1961. The Coasters were also the original performers of another…

Elvis Presley – I Believe in the Man in the Sky”The hymn is soft yet strong enough to make us believe in God. Also, it has pure lyrics and a modest melody. The combined lyrics and melody are enough to make us realize how God loves us so much”.0h

About The Song Undoubtedly, someone up above is watching over us. The one that guides us every day from the time we wake up to the time we close our eyes. No matter where we go and no matter what…

m3-It’s no surprise that every gospel song the King performed was always an instant hit, and “Why Me Lord” by Elvis Presley is no exception. You can watch his emotional performance in the video below.0h

About The Song In 1974, Elvis Presley started incorporating the song “Why Me Lord” into his live shows up until his last concert tour. His version appeared on his 1974 album Recorded Live On Stage In Memphis, and on the…

m2-The song “You’re the Devil in Disguise” was recorded by Elvis Presley in 1963. It became a hit, reaching number three on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the United States and topping the charts in the United Kingdom.0h

The song You’re the Devil in Disguise was recorded by Elvis Presley in 1963 and released as a single. It was written by the songwriting team of Bernie Baum, Bill Giant, and Florence Kaye. The song features a bluesy guitar riff and…

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m1-In 1970, Elvis Presley recorded a cover version of “Bridge Over Troubled Water” and reached number 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.0h

The song Bridge Over Troubled Water was not originally performed by Elvis Presley. It was written by Paul Simon and recorded by the duo Simon & Garfunkel in 1969. The song became a massive hit and remains one of their most popular…

“Suspicious Minds” was Elvis Presley’s final number-one hit during his lifetime. It spent a total of 15 weeks on the charts.0h

About The Song The last number-one hit during Elvis Presley’s lifetime. It became his first hit since his previous number one seven years earlier and marked his comeback. Suspicious Minds was written by Mark James and recorded by him at…

When Elvis Presley recorded “It’s Now or Never” in 1960, he was responding to a challenge issued by Frank Sinatra three years earlier. Here’s the details ‎.0h

About The Song When Elvis Presley recorded “It’s Now or Never” in 1960, he answered a challenge Frank Sinatra had issued three years earlier. In June 1957, a Hollywood reporter asked Sinatra his opinion of Elvis Presley’s singing ability. “Presley has no training…

Elvis Presley’s “Heartbreak Hotel” was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1995. It is also listed in Rolling Stone’s “500 Greatest Songs of All Time” and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s “500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll.”.0h

About The Song Would You Like to Check in with Elvis at the “Heartbreak Hotel?” A news about the suicide of a lonely man who jumped from a hotel window inspired the lyrics of Elvis Presley’s “Heartbreak Hotel.” The track…

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“Always on My Mind” has become an enduring love song. While many artists have covered this song over the years, Elvis Presley’s version truly stands out.0h

About The Song “Always on My Mind” has remained a timeless love song. Several artists have covered it through the years, but Elvis Presley’s version truly stands out. The King recorded the song in 1972, just a few weeks after…

“Always on My Mind” has become an enduring love song. While many artists have covered this song over the years, Elvis Presley’s version truly stands out.0h

About The Song “Always on My Mind” has remained a timeless love song. Several artists have covered it through the years, but Elvis Presley’s version truly stands out. The King recorded the song in 1972, just a few weeks after…