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I Feel that I've Known You Forever

Rating:
3.9 / 5

Words & Music: Doc Pomus Alan Jeffreys

Your lips, your eyes, your soft sweet sights
I feel that I've known you forever
Your style, your touch, you're just too much
I feel that I've known you forever

I know that this never happened to me
Don't have to see anymore than I see
Your face so rare, beyond compare
I feel that I've known you forever
And ever and ever

Recordingdate: 1961/03/19, first released on: Pot Luck (album)

Musicians

Musicians who contributed to the first recording of I Feel that I've Known You Forever:

(guitar)
(guitar)
(guitar)
(bass)
(drums)
(drums)
(piano)
(vocals)
(vocals)
(vocals)
(vocals)
(vocals)
(vibes)
(vibes)
(sax)

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bastiaanvinke wrote on February 04, 2010
Don't know why but doesn't do it for me.
Deano1 wrote on March 19, 2010
A short, but good ballad released on the LP "Pot Luck" in 1962. A 3 star, maybe 3 1/2 star track that is very well performed by Elvis. It should be noted the recording date for this song shows 3/19/61, but it was recorded in March of 1962.
dgirl wrote on March 02, 2011
Short but good. I like the sound of the recording and of Elvis' voice.
Cruiser621 wrote on March 02, 2011
This song, from the album Pot Luck gets 5-Stars without hesitation from yours truly. Super song although short and definitely one of the top cuts in my opinion.
old shep wrote on March 02, 2011
Nice song with Elvis' impeccable vocal.
Elvis Rimes wrote on December 29, 2011
Beautiful and tender vocal but for me slightly spoilt by the OTT backing.
sugartummy wrote on March 14, 2013
A nice ballad, but nothing special.
Gorse wrote on August 14, 2013
A lovely ballad showing Elvis's voice to perfection but alas over too quickly. His tenor come baritone voice on Pot Luck was to my mind top notch, and this track builds to a powerful pseudo operatic finish.
ElvisSacramento wrote on April 07, 2016
This is such a beautiful ballad even though it contains just two verses. Elvis' rendition of it was spectacular. I've never skipped it. This is a 5 Star song for sure and Elvis' rendition of it is a 5 Star rendition too.
JerryNodak wrote on June 24, 2018
Short, but lovely ballad. On the mark vocal from Elvis. 5 stars.
atomic powered poste wrote on June 24, 2018
Not very memorable, but lovely. 4 stars.
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