The book "The Memphis Lullaby" is a play script which tells the story of Elvis Presley’s life in his own words. Or as the Scottish -based writer Linda Ann McConnell puts it: "The Memphis Lullaby paints an intimate portrait of the King in his own words."
The book is a collection of quotes transcribed from recordings of radio interviews, press conferences, concerts his handwritten notes and remembered conversations with his friend Larry Geller". The book, is a play script and launched on 16 August 2004 at an event which was hosted by The Elvis Touch Fan Club Glasgow.
"It is 10 August 1977, Elvis Presley sits in his living room at Graceland. He has decided it is time to write his memoirs and intends to call the book ‘Through My Eyes’. He reflects on his life, from humble beginnings in Tupelo, Mississippi, through his rise to stardom and how he became the man the world called ‘The King.’ The story imagines Elvis as he reminisces, recalls anecdotes and touches the truth in his own words about the man, the myths and the music. As we walk with Elvis on his nostalgic journey we glimpse the man behind the King while commemorating his life and career".