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You Belong to My Heart

Rating:
3.2 / 5

Words & Music: Ray Gilbert Augustin Lara

You belong to my heart now and forever We were there beneath the stars while a million guitars Played our love song When they said I love you Every beat of my heart said it too do you remember Darling you'll hear that song And you'll always belong to my heart

Recordingdate: 1956/12/04, first released on: The Million Dollar Quartet (album)

Musicians

Musicians who contributed to the first recording of You Belong to My Heart:

(guitar)
(guitar)
(guitar)
(guitar)
(bass)
(drums)
(piano)
(piano)
(accordion)
(vocals)
(vocals)

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JimmyCool wrote on September 04, 2008
"Solamente una vez... do you remember..." Short, but sweet ;)
sitdown68 wrote on January 02, 2009
Wasn't it a Dean Martin song? So it makes a lot of sense that Presley played with it. He should've recorded a full version. He's voice was absolutely great for these types of songs. Could have been a massive hit in those days along with the softer early sixties songs as Are You Lonesome and Now Or Never...
Steve V wrote on July 28, 2009
Yes a Dino song. Elvis would have done a good job with this in the studio in the early 60's.
kingtiger0321 wrote on July 28, 2009
Actually this song was a Bing Crosby song. Dean martin may have done a cover on it, but I haven't heard his version if he did.
old shep wrote on October 04, 2009
This song was originally a country song recorded by Sue Thompson and later picked up by Jo Stafford and Dino. I really like the song, all versions. What a good record it would have made for Elvis
ivest2 wrote on October 04, 2009
No way friends. It's not a country song, but a Mexican bolero song composed by the great Luís Aguilar and called "Solamente una vez". Translated into english, it became a number 4 hit for Crosby in 1945 and Dean Martin NEVER recorded it.
old shep wrote on October 04, 2009
I have the recording by Dean Martin ivest
sugartummy wrote on June 03, 2013
Is this the first time we hear Elvis sing in Spanish? The Crosby version is quite nice.
ElvisSacramento wrote on February 13, 2014
This is such a beautiful ballad, but Elvis should have recorded a full studio version of it instead. Elvis would have done an amazing job with this song had he done a proper version of it. So, I rated Elvis' very brief version of it just one star.
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