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Recordingdate: 1969, first released on: Suspicious Minds (album)
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Elvis sings one line and he did that fine, but how can you judge one line?
Obviously should not be here, and reminds me of the professional boxer who said after getting knocked out in 30 seconds of a fight that he thought it was very even up to that point.
This song has no business being on the Elvis song list. It's a one liner and nothing special. I rate all Elvis one liners 1 Star.
1-star and as usual this site lost my comments again and I can't retrieve them. 1-star
If this song would have been recorded properly, I feel it would have really been great. Anything's better than "Hey Jude", his absolute worst recording.
Why is it listed here? It's really nothing. 1 star.
I would love to know why Elvis aborted this song. But have no opinion on this one liner, the instrumental sounds nice.