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Bad Nauheim Medley

2.2 / 5

Words & Music:

* I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen (Thomas P. Westendorf)
* I Will Be True (Ivory Joe Hunter)
* It's Been So Long Darling (Ernest Tubb)
* Apron Strings (Weiss/Schroeder)
* There's No Tomorrow (Hoffman - Corday - Carr)

I'll take you home again Kathleen
Across the ocean wild
To where your heart has ever been
Since first you were my bonny bride
The roses all have left your cheek
I watch them fade away and die
Your voice is soft when you speak
And tears bedim your lovely eyes
Oh, I will take you home Kathleen
Across the ocean wild
And when the fields are soft and green
I will take you to your home Kathleen

Somehow I feel
That someday we'll meet again
Don't ask me how
It's something I can't explain
Until the day
I give up all hope of you
Assure yourself this I'll do
I will be true

It's been so long darling
Since I gazed into your eyes
It's been so long darling
But now I realize
'bout your love, not seeing you,
It hurts me through and through
It's been so long darling
Well, I'm coming back to you

tadadada ... ?... Apron strings

There tatatatata
There's no tomorrow
When love isn't near

Recordingdate: , first released on: Platinum - A Life in Music (album)


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dgirl wrote on October 16, 2009
There is actually some fine performances here but its too bad the sound quality suffered. Elvis needed better recording techniques at home!
sugartummy wrote on February 25, 2013
Of course Elvis did I'll take you home & I will be true again side by side in 1971. And there's no tomorrow became it's now or never.
JerryNodak wrote on March 20, 2019
Another Song Of The Day slot wasted.
Gorse wrote on October 10, 2020
Despite the microphone sounding apparently being in the piano, I will give this 3 stars just for 'I'll Take You Home Kathleen', which is about 1min 15 seconds in duration, more than listenable, and I have used on my anthology as the only musical representative of 1959.
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