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The United Elvis Presley Society is proud to announce that € 1005 has been collected during the two gospel concerts in Antwerp and Nivelles on January 8th 2005. This collection will entirely go to the victims of the Tsunami disaster.
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/ Updated: Jan 13, 2005
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William S. Burroughs
wrote on Jan 14, 2005
I say: All the profits from of the next single (Now And Then) There´s A Fool Such As I, (that is got to be by the way another no.-1 hit for Elvis, three No.-1´s on a row, yes!!!) is going for the Tsunami relief!!!
Come on!!! is the less SONY/BMG, and Im saying THE LESS. They´re probably donating somtheing already (I guess, I hope, and they should), but that from the singles would be an extra in our names, in fact, what about: if "(Now and Then) There´s a Fool Such As Him and Me To", also reachs No.-1, I say: All The Profits from "Its Now Or Never" goes to the Tsunami victims to, and if "Its Now Or Never" goes No.-1 then I say: All the profits from "Are You Lonesome Tonight" goes to... and if Are You Lonesome... and on and on. Ok Maybe Im Just a Dreamer but Im... and yo know the rest of the line.
And Elvis for sure would have done much more than that little thing!!!
Sincerely: William "The Naive" Burroughs
P.D. United Elvis Presley Society that was indeed such a wonderfull job! may you get tons of love in this life.
wrote on Jan 14, 2005
That is fantastic! Now how about Sony/BMG donate profits from the re-released singles towards the Tsunami relief? When is this big corporation going to step up to the plate too?
wrote on Jan 13, 2005
That is really fantastic! Good news, good people, good work! TCB.
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