Elvis Presley Songs

Elvis Presley songs

  • A Big Hunk o' Love A Big Hunk o' Love
    "A Big Hunk o' Love" is a song written by Aaron Schroeder and Sid Wyche, a.k.a. Sid Jaxon.
  • A Boy Like Me, A Girl Like You
    Girls! Girls! Girls! is the sixteenth album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2426, in November 1962. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders in Hollywood on March 26, 27, and 28, 1962. It peaked at number three on the Top LP's chart.
  • A Cane and a High Starched Collar
    Flaming Star is a 1960 Western film starring Elvis Presley and Barbara Eden, based on the book Flaming Lance by Clair Huffaker. Critics agreed that Presley gave one of his best acting performances as the mixed-blood "Pacer Burton", a dramatic role.
  • Adam and Evil (song)
    Spinout is the twenty-seventh album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3702, on October 31, 1966. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders in Hollywood, California, on February 16 and 17, 1966. It peaked at number 18 on the Top Pop Albums chart.
  • After Loving You
    "After Loving You" is a song by Elvis Presley, written and composed by Eddie Miller and Johnny Lantz. It was released on his album From Elvis in Memphis and was recorded in American Sound Studio in Memphis on February 18, 1969.
  • A House That Has Everything
    Clambake is the thirtieth album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3893, in October 1967. He entered RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee on February 21, 1967 for Recording sessions for his twenty fifth film.
  • A Hundred Years from Now
    Walk a Mile in My Shoes: The Essential '70s Masters is a boxed set five-disc compilation of the recorded work of Elvis Presley during the decade of the 1970s, issued in 1995 by RCA Records, 66670-2.
  • Ain't That Lovin' You, Baby Ain't That Lovin' You, Baby
    "Ain't That Loving You, Baby" is a song written by Clyde Otis and Ivory Joe Hunter and originally recorded by Eddie Riff in 1956.
  • A Little Bit of Green
    From Nashville to Memphis: The Essential '60s Masters is a box set five-disc compilation of studio master recordings by Elvis Presley during the decade of the 1960s, released in 1993 on RCA Records, catalogue number 66160-2.
  • A Little Less Conversation A Little Less Conversation
    "A Little Less Conversation" is a song written by Mac Davis and Billy Strange originally performed by Elvis Presley for the 1968 film Live a Little, Love a Little. The song became a minor hit in the United States when released as a single with "Almost in Love" as the A-side.
  • Allá En El Rancho Grande
    Walk a Mile in My Shoes: The Essential '70s Masters is a boxed set five-disc compilation of the recorded work of Elvis Presley during the decade of the 1970s, issued in 1995 by RCA Records, 66670-2.
  • Allá en el Rancho Grande (song)
    "Allá en el Rancho Grande" is a Mexican song. It was written in the 1920s for a musical theatrical work, but now is most commonly associated with the eponymous 1936 Mexican motion picture Allá en el Rancho Grande, in which it was sung by renowned actor and singer Tito Guízar and with mariachis.
  • All I Needed Was the Rain
    All I Needed Was the Rain is a song by Elvis Presley. It was written by Sid Wayne and Ben Weisman.
  • All Shook Up All Shook Up
    "All Shook Up" is a song recorded by Elvis Presley, published by Elvis Presley Music, and composed by Otis Blackwell. The single topped the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 on April 13, 1957, staying there for eight weeks.
  • All That I Am (Elvis Presley song)
    "All That I Am" is a song first recorded by Elvis Presley as part of his 1966 album Spinout. It was released in 1966 on a single with "Spinout", the title song from the same movie, on the opposite side.
  • Almost Always True
    Blue Hawaii is the fourteenth album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2426, on October 20, 1961. It is a soundtrack for Presley's film of the same name. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders in Hollywood on March 21, 22, and 23, 1961.
  • Almost In Love
    Almost in Love is the 39th album by Elvis Presley, released in November 1970 on budget label RCA Camden. It was the first of several albums on the RCA Camden subsidiary to make available in LP format tracks that had previously been available only on 45 rpm singles or EPs.
  • Almost in Love (song)
    "Almost in Love" is a song recorded by Elvis Presley as part of the soundtrack for his 1968 motion picture Live a Little, Love a Little.
  • Alright, Okay, You Win
    Count Basie Swings, Joe Williams Sings is an album by pianist/bandleader Count Basie and vocalist Joe Williams recorded in 1955 and originally released on the Clef label.
  • Always on My Mind Always on My Mind
    "Always on My Mind" is an American country music song by Johnny Christopher, Mark James and Wayne Carson, recorded first by Gwen McCrae and Brenda Lee in 1972.
  • Amazing Grace Amazing Grace
    "Amazing Grace" is a Christian hymn published in 1779, with words written by the English poet and Anglican clergyman John Newton.
  • A Mess of Blues
    "A Mess Of Blues" is a song written by Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman that was originally recorded by Elvis Presley for RCA Records in 1960, reaching number 32 in the US charts and number 2 in the UK charts.
  • Am I Ready
    Spinout is the twenty-seventh album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3702, on October 31, 1966. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders in Hollywood, California, on February 16 and 17, 1966. It peaked at number 18 on the Top Pop Albums chart.
  • An American Trilogy
    "An American Trilogy" is a song arranged by country songwriter Mickey Newbury and made popular by Elvis Presley, who began including the song as part of his regular concert routine in the 1970s, thereby making the song a showstopper. It is a medley of three 19th century songs...
  • And I Love You So (song)
    "And I Love You So" is a popular song written by folk singer and guitarist Don McLean and released on his 1970 debut album, Tapestry.
  • And the Grass Won't Pay No Mind
    From Memphis to Vegas/From Vegas to Memphis is the 36th studio album by Elvis Presley, released in October 1969 by RCA Records, catalogue LSP 6020.
  • Any Day Now (Chuck Jackson song)
    "Any Day Now" is a popular song written by Burt Bacharach and Bob Hilliard in 1962. It has been recorded by numerous artists over the years, including notable versions by Chuck Jackson in 1962, Alan Price in 1965, Elvis Presley in 1969, and Ronnie Milsap in 1982.
  • Anyplace Is Paradise
    Elvis is the second studio album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor in mono, LPM 1382, in October 1956.
  • Anything That's Part of You
    "Anything That's Part of You" is a song written by Don Robertson. It was recorded by Elvis Presley in 1962 for RCA Records. It has also been recorded by Bobby Solo in 1966, and by Billy "Crash" Craddock in 1968 for Chart Records.
  • Anyway You Want Me (That's How I Will Be)
    Elvis is the second studio album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor in mono, LPM 1382, in October 1956.
  • Are You Lonesome Tonight? (song) Are You Lonesome Tonight? (song)
    "Are You Lonesome Tonight?" is a song which was written by Roy Turk and Lou Handman in 1926. It was recorded several times in 1927—first by Charles Hart, with successful versions by Vaughn De Leath, Henry Burr, and the duet of Jerry Macy and John Ryan.
  • Are You Sincere
    Are You Sincere is a song by Wayne Walker, originally released in 1957. Andy Williams released the song as a single under the Cadence Records label in 1958 and it reached #3 on the Billboard chart.
  • Ask Me (Elvis Presley song)
    "Ask Me" is a 1964 song by Elvis Presley. It is an English-language cover version of the Italian song "Io" by Domenico Modugno. In 1964 Elvis Presley released his version on a single with "Ain't That Loving You Baby" on the other side.
  • As Long As I Have You
    King Creole is the sixth album by Elvis Presley, issued by RCA Victor, LPM 1884 in mono in September 1958, recorded in four days at Radio Recorders in Hollywood. It contains songs written and recorded expressly for the film, and peaked at number two on the Billboard Top Pop Albums chart.
  • As We Travel Along the Jericho Road
    "Million Dollar Quartet" is a recording of an impromptu jam session involving Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, and Johnny Cash made on December 4, 1956, at the Sun Record Studios in Memphis, Tennessee.
  • At the Hop
    "At the Hop" is a rock and roll/doo-wop song written by Artie Singer, John Medora, and David White and originally released by Danny & the Juniors.
  • A Whistling Tune
    Kid Galahad is a 1962 American musical film starring Elvis Presley as a boxer. It was released by United Artists. The film opened at #9 at the box office when released in the United States in August 1962. Variety ranked it #37 on the list of the top-grossing films of 1962.
  • Baby, If You'll Give Me All of Your Love
    Double Trouble is the twenty-ninth album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3787, in June 1967. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders and at MGM Studios in Hollywood, California, on June 28, 29, and 30, 1966. It peaked at number 47 on the Billboard 200.
  • Baby Let's Play House
    "Baby Let's Play House" is a song written by Arthur Gunter and recorded by him in 1954 on the Excello Records label and covered by Elvis Presley the following year on Sun Records.
  • Baby What You Want Me to Do Baby What You Want Me to Do
    "Baby What You Want Me to Do" is a blues song that was written and recorded by Jimmy Reed in 1959. It was a record chart hit for Reed and, as with several of his songs, it has appeal across popular music genres, with numerous recordings by a variety of musical artists.
  • Barefoot Ballad
    Kissin' Cousins is the twentieth album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2894, in April 1964. It is the soundtrack to the 1964 film of the same name.
  • Beach Boy Blues
    Blue Hawaii is the fourteenth album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2426, on October 20, 1961. It is a soundtrack for Presley's film of the same name. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders in Hollywood on March 21, 22, and 23, 1961.
  • Beach Shack
    Spinout is the twenty-seventh album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3702, on October 31, 1966. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders in Hollywood, California, on February 16 and 17, 1966. It peaked at number 18 on the Top Pop Albums chart.
  • Because Of Love
    Girls! Girls! Girls! is the sixteenth album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2426, in November 1962. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders in Hollywood on March 26, 27, and 28, 1962. It peaked at number three on the Top LP's chart.
  • Beyond the Reef
    "Beyond The Reef" is a song written by Canadian Jack Pitman in Hawaii in 1948. It was first performed by Hawaiian artist Napua Stevens in 1949.
  • Big Boss Man (song)
    "Big Boss Man" is a blues song first recorded by Jimmy Reed in 1960. Unlike his most popular songs, the songwriting is credited to Luther Dixon and Al Smith.
  • Big Love, Big Heartache
    Roustabout is the twenty-first album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2999, in October 1964. It was a soundtrack to the film of the same name. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders in Hollywood, California, on March 2 and 3, and April 29, 1964.
  • Bitter They Are, Harder They Fall
    From Elvis Presley Boulevard, Memphis, Tennessee is an album by Elvis Presley, released in 1976 on RCA Records. It is often mistaken that this is a concert recording as the album states the songs were "recorded live".
  • Black Star (Elvis Presley song)
    Flaming Star is a 1960 Western film starring Elvis Presley and Barbara Eden, based on the book Flaming Lance by Clair Huffaker. Critics agreed that Presley gave one of his best acting performances as the mixed-blood "Pacer Burton", a dramatic role.
  • Blessed Jesus (Hold My Hand)
    "Million Dollar Quartet" is a recording of an impromptu jam session involving Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, and Johnny Cash made on December 4, 1956, at the Sun Record Studios in Memphis, Tennessee.
  • Blowin' in the Wind Blowin' in the Wind
    "Blowin' in the Wind" is a song written by Bob Dylan in 1962 and released as a single and on his album The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan in 1963. Although it has been described as a protest song, it poses a series of rhetorical questions about peace, war, and freedom.
  • Blueberry Hill (song)
    "Blueberry Hill" is a popular song published in 1940 best remembered for its 1950s rock n' roll version by Fats Domino. The music was written by Vincent Rose, the lyrics by Larry Stock and Al Lewis. It was recorded six times in 1940.
  • Blue Christmas (song)
    "Blue Christmas" is a Christmas song written by Billy Hayes and Jay W. Johnson and most famously performed by Elvis Presley. It is a tale of unrequited love during the holidays and is a longstanding staple of Christmas music, especially in the country genre.
  • Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain
    "Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain" is a song written by songwriter Fred Rose. Originally performed by Roy Acuff, the song was later recorded by Willie Nelson as part of his 1975 album Red Headed Stranger.
  • Blue Hawaii (song)
    "Blue Hawaii" is a popular song written by Leo Robin and Ralph Rainger for the 1937 Paramount Pictures film Waikiki Wedding, starring Bing Crosby and Shirley Ross. Crosby recorded a version with backing by Lani McIntyre and His Hawaiians, which was released in 1937 as the B-side of "Sweet Leilani."
  • Blue Moon (1934 song)
    "Blue Moon" is a classic popular song written by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart in 1934, and has become a standard ballad. It may be the first instance of the familiar "50s progression" in a popular song.
  • Blue Moon of Kentucky
    "Blue Moon of Kentucky" is a waltz written in 1946 by bluegrass musician Bill Monroe and recorded by his band, the Blue Grass Boys. The song has since been recorded by many artists, including Elvis Presley.
  • Blue River (song)
    "Blue River" is a 1965 song by Elvis Presley. He released it on a single in December 1965 or January 1966.
  • Blue Suede Shoes Blue Suede Shoes
    "Blue Suede Shoes" is a rock-and-roll standard written and first recorded by Carl Perkins in 1955. It is considered one of the first rockabilly records, incorporating elements of blues, country and pop music of the time.
  • Bosom of Abraham (song)
    He Touched Me is a 1972 contemporary gospel music album by Elvis Presley. It earned him his second of three Grammy Awards. The album his third and final studio gospel album, and the most contemporary of the three.
  • Bossa Nova Baby Bossa Nova Baby
    "Bossa Nova Baby" is a song written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller and recorded on January 22, 1963, at Radio Recorders in Hollywood, CA by Elvis Presley as part of the soundtrack of the 1963 motion picture Fun in Acapulco.
  • Bridge over Troubled Water (song) Bridge over Troubled Water (song)
    "Bridge over Troubled Water" is a song by American music duo Simon & Garfunkel. Produced by the duo and Roy Halee, the song was released as the follow-up single to "The Boxer" in January 1970. The song is featured on their fifth studio album, Bridge over Troubled Water.
  • Bringing It Back
    Today is a studio album by American musician Elvis Presley, released on May 7, 1975 by RCA Records. The Today sessions were held in RCA's Studio C, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, March 10–12, 1975, and marked the last time Presley would record in a studio.
  • Burning Love Burning Love
    "Burning Love" is a song written by Dennis Linde and originally recorded by country soul artist Arthur Alexander, who included it on his 1972 self-titled album.
  • By And By
    How Great Thou Art is the twenty-eighth studio album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo in February 1967. Recording sessions took place at RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee, on May 25, 26, 27, and 28, 1966. It peaked at No. 18 on the Top Pop Albums chart.
  • Can't Help Falling in Love Can't Help Falling in Love
    "Can't Help Falling in Love" is a pop ballad originally recorded by American singer Elvis Presley and published by Gladys Music, Presley's publishing company. It was written by Hugo Peretti, Luigi Creatore and George David Weiss.
  • Carny Town
    Roustabout is the twenty-first album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2999, in October 1964. It was a soundtrack to the film of the same name. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders in Hollywood, California, on March 2 and 3, and April 29, 1964.
  • Catching On Fast
    Kissin' Cousins is the twentieth album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2894, in April 1964. It is the soundtrack to the 1964 film of the same name.
  • Cattle Call/Yodel
    Elvis Aaron Presley was an American singer and actor. Regarded as one of the most significant cultural icons of the 20th century, he is often referred to as "the King of Rock and Roll", or simply, "the King".
  • Change of Habit (song)
    Let's Be Friends is the thirty-seventh album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Camden Records CAS 2408, in April 1970. It is the second Presley budget album to appear on the RCA subsidiary label. It peaked at number 105 on the Billboard 200 album chart.
  • Charro (song)
    Let's Be Friends is the thirty-seventh album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Camden Records CAS 2408, in April 1970. It is the second Presley budget album to appear on the RCA subsidiary label. It peaked at number 105 on the Billboard 200 album chart.
  • Charro! (song)
    "Charro!" is a song first recorded by Elvis Presley as part of the soundtrack for his 1969 motion picture Charro!, a western directed by Charles Marquis Warren. It was its title song and the only song that played in it, as it was Presley's first film where he didn't sing.
  • Chesay
    Frankie and Johnny is the twenty-fifth album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3553, on March 1, 1966. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders in Hollywood, California, on May 12, 13, and 14, 1965. It peaked at number 20 on the Top LP's chart.
  • Cindy, Cindy
    Love Letters from Elvis is the twelfth studio album by Elvis Presley, released in 1971.
  • City By Night
    Double Trouble is the twenty-ninth album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3787, in June 1967. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders and at MGM Studios in Hollywood, California, on June 28, 29, and 30, 1966. It peaked at number 47 on the Billboard 200.
  • Clambake (song)
    Clambake is the thirtieth album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3893, in October 1967. He entered RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee on February 21, 1967 for Recording sessions for his twenty fifth film.
  • Clean Up Your Own Backyard
    Clean Up Your Own Backyard is a song by Elvis Presley. Written by Mac Davis and Billy Strange it was released as a 7" single in 1969 with "The Fair Is Moving On" on the B-side, but not featured on any studio album. It reached #35 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #21 on the UK Singles Chart.
  • Come What May (You Are Mine)
    From Nashville to Memphis: The Essential '60s Masters is a box set five-disc compilation of studio master recordings by Elvis Presley during the decade of the 1960s, released in 1993 on RCA Records, catalogue number 66160-2.
  • Cotton Candy Land
    It Happened at the World's Fair is the seventeenth album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2697, in April 1963. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders in Hollywood on August 30 and September 22, 1962.
  • Cotton Fields Cotton Fields
    "Cotton Fields" is a song written by American blues musician Huddie Ledbetter, better known as Lead Belly, who made the first recording of the song in 1940.
  • Could I Fall In Love
    The Complete Elvis Presley Masters is a box set covering most of Elvis Presley's entire recording career, released on October 19, 2010 by RCA Records/Legacy Recordings.
  • Crawfish (song)
    "Crawfish" is a song written by Fred Wise and Ben Weisman and recorded as a duet by the jazz singer Jean "Kitty" Bilbrew and Elvis Presley.
  • Crying in the Chapel Crying in the Chapel
    "Crying in the Chapel" is a song written by Artie Glenn for his son Darrell to sing. Darrell recorded it while still in high school in 1953, along with Artie's band the Rhythm Riders. The song was rejected by Hill and Range Songs and Acuff-Rose Music.
  • Dainty Little Moonbeams
    Elvis Aaron Presley was an American singer and actor. Regarded as one of the most significant cultural icons of the 20th century, he is often referred to as "the King of Rock and Roll", or simply, "the King".
  • Danny Boy Danny Boy
    "Danny Boy" is a ballad set to an ancient Irish melody. The words were written by English songwriter Frederic Weatherly and usually set to the Irish tune of the "Londonderry Air". It is most closely associated with Irish communities.
  • Dark Moon (song)
    "Dark Moon" is a song written by Ned Miller, which was popularized in several different musical formats after its composition. The most popular versions of the song were recorded by Bonnie Guitar and Gale Storm.
  • Datin'
    Paradise, Hawaiian Style is the twenty-sixth album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3643, in June 1966. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders in Hollywood, California, on July 26 and 27, and August 2, 1965. It peaked at number 15 on the Top LP's chart.
  • Didja' Ever
    G.I. Blues is the eleventh album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2256, in October 1960. Recording sessions took place on April 27 and 28, and May 6, 1960, at RCA Victor Studio C and Radio Recorders in Hollywood, California.
  • Dirty, Dirty Feeling
    Elvis Is Back! is the tenth studio album by Elvis Presley. It was released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo in April 1960. Recorded over two sessions in March and April, the album marked Presley's return to recording after his discharge from the U.S. Army.
  • Dixieland Rock
    King Creole is the sixth album by Elvis Presley, issued by RCA Victor, LPM 1884 in mono in September 1958, recorded in four days at Radio Recorders in Hollywood. It contains songs written and recorded expressly for the film, and peaked at number two on the Billboard Top Pop Albums chart.
  • Doncha' Think It's Time
    Elvis' Gold Records, Volume 2, also known as 50,000,000 Elvis Fans Can't Be Wrong, is the ninth album by Elvis Presley, issued by RCA Victor in November 1959. It is a compilation of hit singles released in 1958 and 1959 by Presley, from recording sessions going back as far as February 1957.
  • Don't Ask Me Why (Elvis Presley song)
    "Don't Ask Me Why" is a song first recorded by Elvis Presley as part of the soundtrack for his 1958 motion picture King Creole.
  • Don't Be Cruel Don't Be Cruel
    "Don't Be Cruel" is a song recorded by Elvis Presley and written by Otis Blackwell in 1956. It was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2002. In 2004, it was listed #197 in Rolling Stone's list of 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.
  • Don't Cry Daddy
    "Don't Cry Daddy" is a song written by Mac Davis, recorded by Elvis Presley in 1969.
  • Don't (Elvis Presley song) Don't (Elvis Presley song)
    "Don't" is a song performed by Elvis Presley, which was released in 1958. Written and produced by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, it was Presley's eleventh number-one hit in the United States. "Don't" also peaked at number four on the R&B charts. Billboard ranked it as the No. 3 song for 1958.
  • Don't Forbid Me
    "Don't Forbid Me" is a popular song by Charles Singleton, that was a #1 hit for Pat Boone in 1957. Among Singleton's huge number of compositions was Tryin' to Get to You, which had previously been recorded by Elvis Presley at Sun Records.
  • Don't Leave Me Now (Elvis Presley song)
    Loving You is the third studio album by Elvis Presley, issued on RCA Victor Records in mono, LPM 1515, in July 1957.
  • Don't Think Twice, It's All Right
    "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right" is a song written by Bob Dylan in 1962, recorded on November 14 that year, and released on the 1963 album The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan and as a single.
  • Do the Clam
    "Do the Clam" is a pop song recorded by Elvis Presley for his 1965 feature film Girl Happy. It was written by Sid Wayne, Ben Weisman, and Dolores Fuller.
  • Do The Vega
    Singer Presents Elvis Singing Flaming Star and Others is the thirty-third album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Records in stereo, PRS 279, in October 1968.
  • Double Trouble (Elvis Presley song)
    Double Trouble is the twenty-ninth album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3787, in June 1967. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders and at MGM Studios in Hollywood, California, on June 28, 29, and 30, 1966. It peaked at number 47 on the Billboard 200.
  • Down by the Riverside
    "Down by the Riverside" is a Negro spiritual song. Its roots date back to before the American Civil War, though it was first published in 1918 in Plantation Melodies: A Collection of Modern, Popular and Old-time Negro-Songs of the Southland, Chicago, the Rodeheaver Company.
  • Down in the Alley
    Spinout is the twenty-seventh album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3702, on October 31, 1966. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders in Hollywood, California, on February 16 and 17, 1966. It peaked at number 18 on the Top Pop Albums chart.
  • Down in the Alley (The Clovers song)
    "Down in the Alley" is a song released as a single by The Clovers in 1957.
  • Drums of the Islands
    Paradise, Hawaiian Style is the twenty-sixth album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3643, in June 1966. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders in Hollywood, California, on July 26 and 27, and August 2, 1965. It peaked at number 15 on the Top LP's chart.
  • Early Morning Rain
    "Early Morning Rain" is a song composed and recorded by Canadian singer-songwriter Gordon Lightfoot. The song appears on his 1966 debut album Lightfoot! and in a re-recorded version on the 1975 compilation Gord's Gold.
  • Earth Angel
    "Earth Angel" is a song by American doo-wop group the Penguins. Produced by Dootsie Williams, it was released as their debut single in October 1954 on Dootone Records. The Penguins had formed the year prior and recorded the song as a demo in a garage in South Los Angeles.
  • Easy Come, Easy Go (Elvis Presley song)
    "Easy Come, Easy Go" is a song first recorded by Elvis Presley as part of the soundtrack for his 1967 motion picture Easy Come, Easy Go.
  • Edge of Reality (Elvis Presley song)
    "Edge Of Reality" is a song first recorded by Elvis Presley as part of the soundtrack for his 1968 motion picture Live a Little, Love a Little, released to cinemas on October 23.
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  • Everybody Come Aboard
    Frankie and Johnny is the twenty-fifth album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3553, on March 1, 1966. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders in Hollywood, California, on May 12, 13, and 14, 1965. It peaked at number 20 on the Top LP's chart.
  • Faded Love
    "Faded Love" is a Western swing song written by Bob Wills, his father John Wills, and his brother, Billy Jack Wills.
  • Fame And Fortune
    From Nashville to Memphis: The Essential '60s Masters is a box set five-disc compilation of studio master recordings by Elvis Presley during the decade of the 1960s, released in 1993 on RCA Records, catalogue number 66160-2.
  • Fame and Fortune (Elvis Presley song)
    "Fame and Fortune" is a 1960 song by Elvis Presley. It was written by Fred Wise and Ben Weisman.
  • Farther Along (song)
    "Farther Along" is a Southern gospel song published by the Stamps-Baxter Music Company.
  • Fever (Little Willie John song) Fever (Little Willie John song)
    "Fever" is a song written by Eddie Cooley and Otis Blackwell, who used the pseudonym John Davenport. It was originally recorded by American R&B singer Little Willie John in 1956 and released as a single in April of the same year.
  • Finders Keepers, Losers Weepers
    " Finders Keepers, Losers Weepers" is a song written by Dory and Ollie Jones Josh Bates and recorded by Elvis Presley. The song was first released in 1965 on the album, Elvis for Everyone.
  • First in Line (song)
    "First in Line" is a song by Elvis Presley from his second album Elvis.
  • Five Sleepy Heads
    Speedway is the thirty-second album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3989, in May 1968 — the May 1 date is disputed. It serves as the soundtrack album for the 1968 film Speedway starring Presley.
  • Flaming Star (Elvis Presley song)
    Flaming Star is a 1960 Western film starring Elvis Presley and Barbara Eden, based on the book Flaming Lance by Clair Huffaker. Critics agreed that Presley gave one of his best acting performances as the mixed-blood "Pacer Burton", a dramatic role.
  • Flaming Star (song)
    "Flaming Star" is a song first recorded by Elvis Presley as part of the soundtrack for his 1960 motion picture Flaming Star.
  • Flip, Flop and Fly Flip, Flop and Fly
    "Flip, Flop and Fly" is a jump blues-style song recorded by Big Joe Turner in 1955. Called a "prototypical rocker," the song was a hit reaching #2 in Billboard magazine's R&B chart.
  • Follow That Dream (song)
    "Follow That Dream" is a song first recorded by Elvis Presley as part of the soundtrack for his 1962 motion picture Follow That Dream.
  • Fool (Elvis Presley song)
    "Fool" is a 1973 song by Elvis Presley. It was adapted by songwriter Carl Sigman from a composition by James Last, titled "No Words". It was released as a single with its flipside track "Steamroller Blues". and then on the 1973 album Elvis.
  • Fools Fall in Love
    "Fools Fall in Love" is a song by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller. It was originally recorded by the Drifters, who took it to number ten on the R&B chart in 1957. The song reached number 69 on the Billboard Hot 100.
  • Forget Me Never
    Elvis for Everyone! is the twenty-third album by Elvis Presley, issued by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3450, in August 1965. Recording sessions took place over a ten-year span at Sun Studio in Memphis, RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee, and Radio Recorders in Hollywood, California.
  • For Ol' Time's Sake
    Raised on Rock/For Ol' Times Sake is a studio album by Elvis Presley released in 1973. Along with the album Elvis, it was released after the massive success of Aloha From Hawaii.
  • For Ol' Times Sake
    "For Ol' Times Sake'" is a song by Tony Joe White, covered in 1973 by Elvis Presley.
  • For the Good Times (song)
    "For the Good Times" is a song written by Kris Kristofferson that appeared on his debut album Kristofferson. He wrote the first verse and chorus in 1968 while driving from Nashville to the Gulf of Mexico; an early recording of the song was by Bill Nash on Smash Records.
  • For the Millionth and the Last Time
    Elvis for Everyone! is the twenty-third album by Elvis Presley, issued by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3450, in August 1965. Recording sessions took place over a ten-year span at Sun Studio in Memphis, RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee, and Radio Recorders in Hollywood, California.
  • Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce
    Girl Happy is the twenty-second album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3338, in March 1965 — the March 1 date is disputed.
  • Frankfort Special
    G.I. Blues is the eleventh album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2256, in October 1960. Recording sessions took place on April 27 and 28, and May 6, 1960, at RCA Victor Studio C and Radio Recorders in Hollywood, California.
  • Frankie and Johnny (song) Frankie and Johnny (song)
    "Frankie and Johnny" is a traditional American popular song. It tells the story of a woman, Frankie, who finds that her man Johnny was making love to another woman and shoots him dead. Frankie is then arrested; in some versions of the song she is also executed.
  • From a Jack to a King
    "From a Jack to a King" is a country music song. Originally a crossover hit for artist Ned Miller, who also wrote "Dark Moon," "A Falling Star," and many other country songs. It has been covered extensively by country music artists.
  • Fun in Acapulco (song)
    "Fun in Acapulco" is a song first recorded by Elvis Presley as part of the soundtrack for his 1963 motion picture Fun in Acapulco. It was released on the eponymous soundtrack album in 1963.
  • Gentle on My Mind (song) Gentle on My Mind (song)
    "Gentle on My Mind" is a song written by John Hartford, which won four 1968 Grammy Awards. Hartford won the award for Best Folk Performance and Best Country & Western Song.
  • G.I. Blues (song)
    "G.I. Blues" is a song first recorded by Elvis Presley as part of the soundtrack for his 1960 motion picture G.I. Blues. Its first LP release was on the eponymous soundtrack album in October 1960.
  • Girl Next Door Went A-Walking Girl Next Door Went A-Walking
    Girl Next Door Went A-Walking is a song recorded by Elvis Presley in 1960 for his first post-army album Elvis Is Back!. Thomas Wayne, the co-writer, recorded the original version in 1959 on Scotty Moore's own short-lived Fernwood record label. It was released as a single in May 1960.
  • Girl of Mine
    Raised on Rock/For Ol' Times Sake is a studio album by Elvis Presley released in 1973. Along with the album Elvis, it was released after the massive success of Aloha From Hawaii.
  • Girls! Girls! Girls! (song)
    "Girls, Girls, Girls", or "Girls! Girls! Girls!", is a song written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller.
  • Give Me the Right
    Something for Everybody is the thirteenth album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2370, in June 1961. Recording sessions took place on November 8, 1960, at Radio Recorders in Hollywood, and on March 12, 1961 at RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee.
  • God's Gonna Cut You Down God's Gonna Cut You Down
    "God's Gonna Cut You Down", also known as "Run On" and "Run On for a Long Time", is a traditional folk song which has been recorded by numerous artists representing a variety of genres. The lyrics are a warning to sinners that no matter how hard they try, they will not avoid God's judgment.
  • Golden Coins
    Harum Scarum is the twenty-fourth album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3468, in November 1965. It is the soundtrack to the 1965 film of the same name. Recording sessions took place at RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee, on February 24, 25, and 26, 1965.
  • Gonna Get Back Home Somehow
    Pot Luck with Elvis is the fifteenth studio album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2523, in June 1962.
  • Good Luck Charm Good Luck Charm
    "Good Luck Charm" is a song recorded by Elvis Presley and published by Gladys Music, Elvis Presley's publishing company, that reached number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 list in the week ending April 21, 1962. It remained at the top of the list for two weeks.
  • Good Rocking Tonight Good Rocking Tonight
    "Good Rocking Tonight" was originally a jump blues song released in 1947 by its writer, Roy Brown and was covered by many recording artists. The song includes the memorable refrain, "Well I heard the news, there's good rocking tonight!" The song anticipated elements of rock and roll music.
  • Good Time Charlie's Got the Blues
    "Good Time Charlie's Got the Blues" is a song written and performed by Danny O'Keefe.
  • Got a Lot o' Livin' to Do
    Loving You is the third studio album by Elvis Presley, issued on RCA Victor Records in mono, LPM 1515, in July 1957.
  • Got a Lot o' Livin' to Do!
    "Got a Lot o' Livin' to Do!" is a song first recorded by Elvis Presley as part of the soundtrack for his 1957 motion picture Loving You.
  • Got My Mojo Working Got My Mojo Working
    "Got My Mojo Working" is a blues song written by Preston "Red" Foster and first recorded by Ann Cole in 1956. Muddy Waters popularized it in 1957 and the song was a feature of his performances throughout his career.
  • Green, Green Grass of Home
    "Green, Green Grass of Home", written by Claude "Curly" Putman, Jr. and first recorded by singer Johnny Darrell, is a country song originally made popular by Porter Wagoner in 1965, when it reached No. 4 on the country chart.
  • Guitar Man (song)
    "Guitar Man" is a 1967 song written by Jerry Reed, who took his version of it to number 53 on the country music charts in 1967.
  • Had a Dream (For the Heart)
    "Had a Dream" is a song written by Dennis Linde. It was originally recorded by Elvis Presley as "For the Heart" on his 1976 album From Elvis Presley Boulevard, Memphis, Tennessee.
  • Harbor Lights
    "Harbor Lights" is a popular song by Hugh Williams with lyrics by Jimmy Kennedy. This song was originally sung by Frances Langford in 1937, and was published again in 1950.
  • Hard Headed Woman Hard Headed Woman
    "Hard Headed Woman" is a rock and roll song recorded by Elvis Presley and published by Gladys Music, Presley's publishing company, in 1958. It is an American 12-bar blues written by African American songwriter Claude Demetrius.
  • Harem Holiday
    Harum Scarum is the twenty-fourth album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3468, in November 1965. It is the soundtrack to the 1965 film of the same name. Recording sessions took place at RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee, on February 24, 25, and 26, 1965.
  • Have A Happy
    Change of Habit is a 1969 American musical drama film directed by William A. Graham and starring Elvis Presley and Mary Tyler Moore.
  • Hawaiian Sunset
    Blue Hawaii is the fourteenth album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2426, on October 20, 1961. It is a soundtrack for Presley's film of the same name. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders in Hollywood on March 21, 22, and 23, 1961.
  • Hawaiian Wedding Song
    "Hawaiian Wedding Song" is a traditional pop music song recorded by singer Andy Williams in 1959. It was adapted from a 1926 love song written by Charles E. King for his operetta, The Prince of Hawaii.
  • Heartbreak Hotel Heartbreak Hotel
    "Heartbreak Hotel" is a song recorded by American singer Elvis Presley. It was released as a single on January 27, 1956, Presley's first on his new record label RCA Victor. It was written by Tommy Durden and Mae Boren Axton.
  • Heart of Rome
    Love Letters from Elvis is the twelfth studio album by Elvis Presley, released in 1971.
  • He Is My Everything
    He Touched Me is a 1972 contemporary gospel music album by Elvis Presley. It earned him his second of three Grammy Awards. The album his third and final studio gospel album, and the most contemporary of the three.
  • He Knows Just What I Need
    His Hand in Mine is the twelfth studio album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2328, in November 1960. It was the first of three gospel music albums that Presley would issue during his lifetime.
  • He'll Have to Go
    "He'll Have to Go" is an American country and pop hit recorded on October 15, 1959, by Jim Reeves. The song, released in the fall of 1959, went on to become a massive hit in both genres early in 1960.
  • Help Me (Larry Gatlin song)
    "Help Me" is a song written by Larry Gatlin.
  • Here Comes Santa Claus
    "Here Comes Santa Claus" is a Christmas song originally written and performed by Gene Autry, with music composed by Oakley Haldeman. Autry's original version was a top-10 hit on the pop and country charts; the song would go on to be covered many times in the subsequent decades.
  • He's Only a Prayer Away
    Elvis Aaron Presley was an American singer and actor. Regarded as one of the most significant cultural icons of the 20th century, he is often referred to as "the King of Rock and Roll", or simply, "the King".
  • He's Your Uncle, Not Your Dad
    Speedway is the thirty-second album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3989, in May 1968 — the May 1 date is disputed. It serves as the soundtrack album for the 1968 film Speedway starring Presley.
  • He Touched Me (song)
    "He Touched Me" is a gospel song written by Bill Gaither in 1963.
  • Hey, Little Girl
    Harum Scarum is the twenty-fourth album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3468, in November 1965. It is the soundtrack to the 1965 film of the same name. Recording sessions took place at RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee, on February 24, 25, and 26, 1965.
  • Hide Thou Me
    Today, Tomorrow, and Forever is a 2002 Elvis Presley compilation album released by RCA Records. The album features songs from the early years of Presley on Sun Records to his movie career, 68' Comeback Special, Gospel, Vegas and later years.
  • Hi-Heel Sneakers
    "Hi-Heel Sneakers" is a blues song written and recorded by Tommy Tucker in 1963. Blues writer Mary Katherine Aldin describes it as an uptempo twelve-bar blues, with "a spare, lilting musical framework", and a strong vocal. The song's rhythmic approach has also been compared to that of Jimmy Reed.
  • Holly Leaves And Christmas Trees
    Elvis sings The Wonderful World Of Christmas is a 1971 album by Elvis Presley, and Elvis' second and final Christmas album. The album was released in October 1971, followed by the single from the album "Merry Christmas Baby" / "O Come All Ye Faithful" released in November 1971.
  • Home Is Where the Heart Is (Elvis Presley song)
    Kid Galahad is a 1962 American musical film starring Elvis Presley as a boxer. It was released by United Artists. The film opened at #9 at the box office when released in the United States in August 1962. Variety ranked it #37 on the list of the top-grossing films of 1962.
  • Hound Dog (song) Hound Dog (song)
    "Hound Dog" is a twelve-bar blues song written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller.
  • House of Sand (Elvis Presley song)
    Paradise, Hawaiian Style is the twenty-sixth album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3643, in June 1966. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders in Hollywood, California, on July 26 and 27, and August 2, 1965. It peaked at number 15 on the Top LP's chart.
  • How Can You Lose What You Never Had
    Clambake is the thirtieth album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3893, in October 1967. He entered RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee on February 21, 1967 for Recording sessions for his twenty fifth film.
  • How Do You Think I Feel
    Elvis is the second studio album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor in mono, LPM 1382, in October 1956.
  • How Great Thou Art How Great Thou Art
    "How Great Thou Art" is a Christian hymn based on a Swedish traditional melody and a poem written by Carl Gustav Boberg in Mönsterås, Sweden in 1885. It was translated into German and then into Russian and became a hymn.
  • How's the World Treating You
    Elvis is the second studio album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor in mono, LPM 1382, in October 1956.
  • How the Web Was Woven
    "How the Web Was Woven" is a song written by English songwriters Clive Westlake and David Most. It was first recorded by rock and soul singer Jackie Lomax and released in February 1970 as his final single on the Beatles' Apple record label.
  • Hurt (Roy Hamilton song)
    "Hurt" is a 1954 song by Jimmie Crane and Al Jacobs. "Hurt" was originally performed by Roy Hamilton, whose version peaked at number eight on the R&B Best Seller chart and spent a total of seven weeks on the chart.
  • Husky, Dusky Day
    Wild in the Country is a 1961 American drama film directed by Philip Dunne and starring Elvis Presley, Hope Lange, Tuesday Weld, and Millie Perkins.
  • I Ain't About to Sing
    Elvis Aaron Presley was an American singer and actor. Regarded as one of the most significant cultural icons of the 20th century, he is often referred to as "the King of Rock and Roll", or simply, "the King".
  • I Asked the Lord
    Elvis Aaron Presley was an American singer and actor. Regarded as one of the most significant cultural icons of the 20th century, he is often referred to as "the King of Rock and Roll", or simply, "the King".
  • I Beg of You
    I Beg of You is a song written by Rose Marie McCoy and recorded by Elvis Presley.
  • I Believe in the Man in the Sky
    His Hand in Mine is the twelfth studio album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2328, in November 1960. It was the first of three gospel music albums that Presley would issue during his lifetime.
  • I Can't Stop Loving You I Can't Stop Loving You
    "I Can't Stop Loving You" is a popular song written and composed by country singer, songwriter and musician Don Gibson, who first recorded it on December 30, 1957, for RCA Victor Records. It was released in 1958 as the B-side of "Oh, Lonesome Me", becoming a double-sided country hit single.
  • I Didn't Make It On Playing Guitar
    Elvis Aaron Presley was an American singer and actor. Regarded as one of the most significant cultural icons of the 20th century, he is often referred to as "the King of Rock and Roll", or simply, "the King".
  • I Feel So Bad I Feel So Bad
    "I Feel So Bad" is a song written and originally recorded by Chuck Willis in 1953.
  • I Feel That I've Known You Forever
    Pot Luck with Elvis is the fifteenth studio album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2523, in June 1962.
  • If Every Day Was Like Christmas If Every Day Was Like Christmas
    "If Every Day Was Like Christmas" is a song by Elvis Presley which was released in 1966 as an RCA Victor 45 single, 47-8950, backed with "How Would You Like To Be" from the movie It Happened at the World's Fair.
  • If I Can Dream If I Can Dream
    "If I Can Dream" is a song made famous by Elvis Presley, written by Walter Earl Brown and notable for its direct quotations of Martin Luther King, Jr. The song was published by Elvis Presley's music publishing company Gladys Music, Inc. It was recorded by Presley in June 1968, two months after...
  • If I Get Home On Christmas Day
    Elvis sings The Wonderful World Of Christmas is a 1971 album by Elvis Presley, and Elvis' second and final Christmas album. The album was released in October 1971, followed by the single from the album "Merry Christmas Baby" / "O Come All Ye Faithful" released in November 1971.
  • If I'm a Fool (For Loving You)
    Let's Be Friends is the thirty-seventh album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Camden Records CAS 2408, in April 1970. It is the second Presley budget album to appear on the RCA subsidiary label. It peaked at number 105 on the Billboard 200 album chart.
  • I Forgot to Remember to Forget I Forgot to Remember to Forget
    "I Forgot to Remember to Forget" is a country song written by Stan Kesler and Charlie Feathers. It was recorded at Sun Studio on July 11, 1955, by Elvis Presley, Scotty Moore, Bill Black, and Johnny Bernero on drums, and released on August 20, 1955, along with "Mystery Train".
  • If That Isn't Love
    Good Times is a 1974 album by Elvis Presley and his 20th studio album.
  • If the Lord Wasn't Walking by My Side
    How Great Thou Art is the twenty-eighth studio album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo in February 1967. Recording sessions took place at RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee, on May 25, 26, 27, and 28, 1966. It peaked at No. 18 on the Top Pop Albums chart.
  • If We Never Meet Again
    His Hand in Mine is the twelfth studio album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2328, in November 1960. It was the first of three gospel music albums that Presley would issue during his lifetime.
  • If You Don't Come Back
    Raised on Rock/For Ol' Times Sake is a studio album by Elvis Presley released in 1973. Along with the album Elvis, it was released after the massive success of Aloha From Hawaii.
  • If You Talk in Your Sleep
    "If You Talk in Your Sleep" is a track from Elvis Presley's 1975 album Promised Land. It was recorded during sessions at Stax Records in Memphis, Tennessee, in December 1973.
  • If You Think I Don't Need You
    Viva Las Vegas is a 1964 American musical film starring Elvis Presley and actress Ann-Margret.
  • I Got A Feeling In My Body
    Good Times is a 1974 album by Elvis Presley and his 20th studio album.
  • I Got a Feelin' in My Body
    "I Got a Feelin' in My Body" is a song by Elvis Presley from his 1974 album Good Times.
  • I Got a Woman
    "I Got a Woman" is a song co-written and recorded by American R&B and soul musician Ray Charles. Atlantic Records released the song as a single in December 1954, with "Come Back Baby" as the B-side. Both songs later appeared on the 1957 album Ray Charles.
  • I Got Lucky (song)
    "I Got Lucky" is a recorded by Elvis Presley as part of the soundtrack for his 1962 motion picture Kid Galahad. He performs it in the movie.
  • I Got Stung
    "I Got Stung" is an upbeat, bouncy rock and roll song written by Aaron Schroeder and David Hill and performed by Elvis Presley, which was recorded and released in 1958.
  • I Gotta Know
    "I Gotta Know" is a song recorded by Cliff Richard in September 1959 and Elvis Presley on 4 April 1960. The composer was Paul Evans; lyrics are by Matt Williams.
  • I Hear a Sweet Voice Calling
    I Hear A Sweet Voice Calling is a song written and originally recorded by Bill Monroe, who sang lead and also added a tenor harmony to the chorus in his October 27, 1947 recording on the Columbia Records label. It appears on his album Blue Moon of Kentucky.
  • I Just Can't Help Believing
    "I Just Can't Help Believing" is a song written by Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil.
  • I Just Can't Make It By Myself
    "Million Dollar Quartet" is a recording of an impromptu jam session involving Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, and Johnny Cash made on December 4, 1956, at the Sun Record Studios in Memphis, Tennessee.
  • I'll Be Home for Christmas I'll Be Home for Christmas
    "I'll Be Home for Christmas" is a Christmas song recorded in 1943 by Bing Crosby, who scored a top ten hit with the song. Originally written to honor soldiers overseas who longed to be home at Christmastime, "I'll Be Home for Christmas" has since gone on to become a Christmas standard.
  • I'll Be Home on Christmas Day
    " I'll Be Home on Christmas Day" is a Christmas song recorded by Elvis Presley for his 1971 album Elvis sings The Wonderful World of Christmas. It has since been played every Christmas in Times Square to kick off the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
  • I'll Be There (Bobby Darin song)
    "I'll Be There" is a song written and originally recorded by Bobby Darin in 1960. It was first released as B-side to his single "Bill Bailey". As such it entered the Billboard charts on September 11, 1960 and reached position 79.
  • I'll Be There (If You Ever Want Me)
    "I'll Be There"' is a song co-written and originally released as a single by American country artist Ray Price.
  • I'll Never Fall in Love Again (Lonnie Donegan song)
    "I'll Never Fall in Love Again" is a song written by Lonnie Donegan and Jimmy Currie, and first released by Donegan as a single in 1962. Its most commercially successful recording was by Tom Jones in 1967.
  • I'll Never Know
    Love Letters from Elvis is the twelfth studio album by Elvis Presley, released in 1971.
  • I'll Never Let You Go
    I'll Never Let You Go is a song by Jimmy Wakely, released by Elvis Presley on his debut album and as a single.
  • I'll Never Stand In Your Way
    Sunrise is a two-disc compilation of Elvis Presley's studio recordings at Sun Studio from 1953 to 1955, released in 1999, RCA 67675-2.
  • I'll Remember You
    "l'll Remember You" is a song written by Kui Lee in 1964. Many artists including Elvis Presley, Andy Williams, Tony Bennett, Herb Alpert, and Roger Williams covered it, and it was also performed by Tommy Sands in the 1968 Hawaii Five-O episode "No Blue Skies".
  • I'll Take Love
    Easy Come, Easy Go is a 1967 American musical film comedy starring Elvis Presley. Hal Wallis produced the film for Paramount Pictures, and it was his final movie for Elvis Presley. The film co-starred Dodie Marshall, Pat Harrington, Jr., Pat Priest, Elsa Lanchester and Frank McHugh.
  • I Love Only One Girl
    Double Trouble is the twenty-ninth album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3787, in June 1967. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders and at MGM Studios in Hollywood, California, on June 28, 29, and 30, 1966. It peaked at number 47 on the Billboard 200.
  • I Love You Because (song)
    "I Love You Because" is a 1949 hit song written and originally recorded by Leon Payne. The song has been covered by several artists throughout the years, including hit cover versions by Al Martino in 1963 and Jim Reeves in 1964.
  • I'm Beginning To Forget You
    Elvis: A Legendary Performer Volume 4 is a compilation album featuring recordings by American singer Elvis Presley. It was the last in a series of albums that began with in 1974, and the first since in 1979.
  • I'm Counting On You
    Donald Irwin Robertson was an American songwriter and pianist, mostly in the country and popular music genres. He was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1972. As a performer, he hit the US Top 10 with "The Happy Whistler" in 1956.
  • I Met Her Today
    Elvis for Everyone! is the twenty-third album by Elvis Presley, issued by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3450, in August 1965. Recording sessions took place over a ten-year span at Sun Studio in Memphis, RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee, and Radio Recorders in Hollywood, California.
  • I'm Gonna Bid My Blues Goodbye
    Clarence Eugene "Hank" Snow was a celebrated Canadian country music artist. In a career that spanned more than 50 years, he recorded 140 albums and charted more than 85 singles on the Billboard country charts from 1950 until 1980.
  • I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Cry (Over You)
    "I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Cry" is a popular song written in 1953 by Joe Thomas and Howard Biggs. Since then, it became something of a minor pop standard, largely due to several well-received versions of the song.
  • I'm Gonna Walk Dem Golden Stairs
    His Hand in Mine is the twelfth studio album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2328, in November 1960. It was the first of three gospel music albums that Presley would issue during his lifetime.
  • I'm In A Crowd But Oh So Alone
    Ernest Dale Tubb, nicknamed the Texas Troubadour, was an American singer and songwriter and one of the pioneers of country music. His biggest career hit song, "Walking the Floor Over You", marked the rise of the honky tonk style of music.
  • I'm Not The Marrying Kind
    Follow That Dream is a 1962 American musical film starring Elvis Presley made by Mirisch Productions. The movie was based on the 1959 novel Pioneer, Go Home! by Richard P. Powell. Producer Walter Mirisch liked the song Follow that Dream and retitled the picture.
  • I'm Yours (Elvis Presley song)
    "I'm Yours" is 1961 song written by Don Robertson and Hal Blair. The song was recorded by Elvis Presley on June 26, 1961, at RCA's Nashville studios, and released on the album, Pot Luck with Elvis, on June 5, 1962.
  • Indescribably Blue
    Elvis' Gold Records Volume 4 is the thirty-first album by Elvis Presley, issued by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3921, in January 1968, with recording sessions taking place over an eight-year span at RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee, and at RCA Studios and Radio Recorders in Hollywood.
  • I Need Somebody to Lean On
    Viva Las Vegas is a 1964 American musical film starring Elvis Presley and actress Ann-Margret.
  • I Need Your Love Tonight I Need Your Love Tonight
    "I Need Your Love Tonight" is a song written by Sid Wayne and Bix Reichner and recorded by Elvis Presley on June 10, 1958, in RCA Studios, Nashville, Tennessee.
  • I Need You So
    "I Need You So" is a song written by Ivory Joe Hunter, whose recording of it reached no. 1 on the Billboard R&B chart in 1950, staying there for two weeks. It was also recorded by Elvis Presley for his 1957 album Loving You.
  • In My Father's House (song)
    "In My Father's House" is a gospel song by the Blackwood Brothers, originally recorded in 1954. It was only one of two songs, the other being "I Have But One Goal", which the group recorded between 1953 and 1956.
  • In My Way
    Elvis for Everyone! is the twenty-third album by Elvis Presley, issued by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3450, in August 1965. Recording sessions took place over a ten-year span at Sun Studio in Memphis, RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee, and Radio Recorders in Hollywood, California.
  • In the Ghetto In the Ghetto
    "In the Ghetto" is a song written by Mac Davis and made famous by Elvis Presley, who had a major comeback hit with it in 1969. It was released in 1969 as a 45 rpm single with "Any Day Now" as the flip side.
  • I Really Don't Want to Know
    "I Really Don't Want to Know" is a popular song with music which was written by Don Robertson and lyrics by Howard Barnes. The song was published in 1953.
  • Is It So Strange
    Loving You is the third studio album by Elvis Presley, issued on RCA Victor Records in mono, LPM 1515, in July 1957.
  • I Slipped, I Stumbled, I Fell
    Something for Everybody is the thirteenth album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2370, in June 1961. Recording sessions took place on November 8, 1960, at Radio Recorders in Hollywood, and on March 12, 1961 at RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee.
  • It Ain't No Big Thing, But It's Growing
    Love Letters from Elvis is the twelfth studio album by Elvis Presley, released in 1971.
  • It Feels So Right
    Elvis Is Back! is the tenth studio album by Elvis Presley. It was released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo in April 1960. Recorded over two sessions in March and April, the album marked Presley's return to recording after his discharge from the U.S. Army.
  • I Think I'm Gonna Like It Here
    Fun in Acapulco is the nineteenth album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2756, in November 1963 – the November 1 date is disputed.
  • It Hurts Me It Hurts Me
    "It Hurts Me" is a 1964 Top 40 song recorded by Elvis Presley on RCA Victor. Credited to Joy Byers and Charles E. Daniels, "It Hurts Me" is a ballad that was a new song when recorded by Elvis Presley on January 12, 1964.
  • It Is No Secret
    It Is No Secret is a Southern Gospel song composed by Stuart Hamblen in the 1950s.
  • It Keeps Right On A-Hurtin'
    It Keeps Right On A-Hurtin' is a song written and recorded by Johnny Tillotson. It has also been recorded by Margaret Whiting, Billy Joe Royal, and Elvis Presley.
  • Ito Eats
    Blue Hawaii is the fourteenth album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2426, on October 20, 1961. It is a soundtrack for Presley's film of the same name. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders in Hollywood on March 21, 22, and 23, 1961.
  • It's A Matter Of Time
    The Complete Elvis Presley Masters is a box set covering most of Elvis Presley's entire recording career, released on October 19, 2010 by RCA Records/Legacy Recordings.
  • It's a Matter of Time
    "It's a Matter of Time'" is a song written by Clive Westlake and recorded in 1972 by Elvis Presley.
  • It's a Wonderful World (Elvis Presley song)
  • It's Carnival Time
    Roustabout is the twenty-first album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2999, in October 1964. It was a soundtrack to the film of the same name. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders in Hollywood, California, on March 2 and 3, and April 29, 1964.
  • It's Different Now
    Walk a Mile in My Shoes: The Essential '70s Masters is a boxed set five-disc compilation of the recorded work of Elvis Presley during the decade of the 1970s, issued in 1995 by RCA Records, 66670-2.
  • It's Easy for You
    "It's Easy for You" is a song by American musician Elvis Presley, released in 1977 by RCA Records as the final track on his final studio album, Moody Blue. It was written by Andrew Lloyd Webber and was Tim Rice and produced by Felton Jarvis.
  • It's Midnight
    Promised Land is a 1975 album by Elvis Presley on RCA Records. It was recorded in December 1973 at Stax Records studios in Memphis and released on Presley's 40th birthday.
  • It's Midnight (song)
    "It's Midnight" is a 1974 song by Elvis Presley.
  • It's No Fun Being Lonely
    Elvis Aaron Presley was an American singer and actor. Regarded as one of the most significant cultural icons of the 20th century, he is often referred to as "the King of Rock and Roll", or simply, "the King".
  • It's Now or Never (song) It's Now or Never (song)
    "It's Now or Never" is a ballad recorded by Elvis Presley in 1960. It is one of two popular songs based on the Italian song "'O Sole mio", the other being "There's No Tomorrow", recorded by U.S. singer Tony Martin in 1949, which inspired Presley's version.
  • It's Over (Jimmie Rodgers song)
    "It's Over" is a 1966 song written and performed by Jimmie F. Rodgers. He released it as a single in 1966, with "Anita, You're Dreaming" on the flip side.
  • It's Over (Roy Orbison song)
    "It's Over" is an American song composed by Roy Orbison and Bill Dees and sung by Orbison.
  • It's Still Here
    Elvis is a 1973 album by Elvis Presley. It sold over 1 million copies worldwide despite being released soon after the much more successful Aloha from Hawaii album.
  • It's Your Baby You Rock It
    Elvis Country is the eleventh studio album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Records LSP 4460 in January 1971. Recorded at RCA Studio B in Nashville, it reached number 12 on the Billboard 200. It peaked at number six in the United Kingdom, selling over one million copies worldwide.
  • It Won't Seem Like Christmas (Without You)
    Elvis sings The Wonderful World Of Christmas is a 1971 album by Elvis Presley, and Elvis' second and final Christmas album. The album was released in October 1971, followed by the single from the album "Merry Christmas Baby" / "O Come All Ye Faithful" released in November 1971.
  • It Wouldn't Be The Same Without You
    Sunrise is a two-disc compilation of Elvis Presley's studio recordings at Sun Studio from 1953 to 1955, released in 1999, RCA 67675-2.
  • I've Got a Thing About You Baby
    Tony Joe White is an American singer-songwriter and guitarist, best known for his 1969 hit "Polk Salad Annie" and for "Rainy Night in Georgia", which he wrote but was first made popular by Brook Benton in 1970.
  • I've Got Confidence
    He Touched Me is a 1972 contemporary gospel music album by Elvis Presley. It earned him his second of three Grammy Awards. The album his third and final studio gospel album, and the most contemporary of the three.
  • I've Got To Find My Baby
    Girl Happy is the twenty-second album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3338, in March 1965 — the March 1 date is disputed.
  • I've Lost You I've Lost You
    "I've Lost You" is a hit song covered by Elvis Presley. It was released in July 1970, debuted at #85 on the Hot 100 on 1 August 1970, and reached #32 on 29 August – 5 September 1970. On the Cash Box chart, however, it reached as high as number 18.
  • I Want to Be Free (Elvis Presley song)
    "I Want to Be Free" is a song first recorded by Elvis Presley as part of the soundtrack for his 1957 motion picture Jailhouse Rock.
  • I Want You, I Need You, I Love You I Want You, I Need You, I Love You
    "I Want You, I Need You, I Love You" is a popular song written by Maurice Mysels and Ira Kosloff. It is known best for being Elvis Presley's seventh RCA Victor single release.
  • I Want You With Me
    Something for Everybody is the thirteenth album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2370, in June 1961. Recording sessions took place on November 8, 1960, at Radio Recorders in Hollywood, and on March 12, 1961 at RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee.
  • I Was Born About Ten Thousand Years Ago
    Elvis Now is a gold-selling Elvis Presley album from 1972.
  • I Washed My Hands In Muddy Water
    "I Washed My Hands In Muddy Water" is a song recorded by Stonewall Jackson in 1965, whose version reached number eight on Hot Country Songs in 1965. Written by Cowboy Joe Babcock, it was also a hit by Johnny Rivers in 1966, reaching number 19 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
  • I Washed My Hands in Muddy Water
    "I Washed My Hands in Muddy Water" is a song recorded by Stonewall Jackson in 1965, whose version reached number eight on Hot Country Songs in 1965. Written by Cowboy Joe Babcock, it was also a hit by Johnny Rivers in 1966, reaching number 19 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
  • I Was the One
    I Was The One is a song by Elvis Presley, written by Aaron Schroeder, Bill Peppers, Claude Demetrius and Hal Blair.
  • I Will Be Home Again
    "I Will Be Home Again" is a song written by Bennie Benjamin, Raymond Leveen, and Lou Singer, in 1944.
  • I Will Be True
    Elvis is a 1973 album by Elvis Presley. It sold over 1 million copies worldwide despite being released soon after the much more successful Aloha from Hawaii album.
  • Jailhouse Rock (song) Jailhouse Rock (song)
    "Jailhouse Rock" is a song written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller that first became a hit for Elvis Presley.
  • Jesus Walked That Lonesome Valley
    The Carter Family was a traditional American folk music group that recorded between 1927 and 1956. Their music had a profound impact on bluegrass, country, Southern Gospel, pop and rock musicians as well as on the U.S. folk revival of the 1960s.
  • Just a Little Talk with Jesus
    "Just a Little Talk with Jesus" is a gospel music song written by Cleavant Derricks and recorded by many notable artists including The Fairfield Four, Elvis Presley, The Stanley Brothers, Nina Hagen and others. In 2005, Keith Lancaster arranged the song as "It's All Right."
  • Just Call Me Lonesome (Eddy Arnold song)
    "Just Call Me Lonesome" is a song written by Rex Griffin and first recorded by Eddy Arnold in 1955, when it reached number two on the U.S. country singles chart. "Just Call Me Lonesome" subsequently appeared on albums by numerous recording artists...
  • Just for Old Time Sake
    Pot Luck with Elvis is the fifteenth studio album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2523, in June 1962.
  • Just Pretend
    Walk a Mile in My Shoes: The Essential '70s Masters is a boxed set five-disc compilation of the recorded work of Elvis Presley during the decade of the 1970s, issued in 1995 by RCA Records, 66670-2.
  • Just Tell Her Jim Said Hello
    Elvis' Gold Records Volume 4 is the thirty-first album by Elvis Presley, issued by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3921, in January 1968, with recording sessions taking place over an eight-year span at RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee, and at RCA Studios and Radio Recorders in Hollywood.
  • Keeper of the Key
    Winford Lindsey Stewart, better known as Wynn Stewart, was an American country music performer. He was one of the progenitors of the Bakersfield sound. Although not a huge chart success, he was an inspiration to such greats as Buck Owens and Merle Haggard.
  • (Keep Your) Hands Off (Of It)
    Elvis Aaron Presley was an American singer and actor. Regarded as one of the most significant cultural icons of the 20th century, he is often referred to as "the King of Rock and Roll", or simply, "the King".
  • Kentucky Rain Kentucky Rain
    "Kentucky Rain" was a 1970 hit song for Elvis Presley. Featuring pianist Ronnie Milsap and written by Eddie Rabbitt and Dick Heard, the single peaked at #16 on the pop charts. It was recorded at American Sound Studio.
  • King Creole (song) King Creole (song)
    King Creole is a song written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller. The song was and performed by Elvis Presley and recorded in 1958, and laid foundations to a musical drama film, King Creole.
  • King of the Whole Wide World
    Kid Galahad is a 1962 American musical film starring Elvis Presley as a boxer. It was released by United Artists. The film opened at #9 at the box office when released in the United States in August 1962. Variety ranked it #37 on the list of the top-grossing films of 1962.
  • Kissin' Cousins (song)
    "Kissin' Cousins" is a song first recorded by Elvis Presley as part of the soundtrack for his 1964 motion picture Kissin' Cousins, in which it played over the opening credits.
  • Kiss Me Quick (Elvis Presley song)
    "Kiss Me Quick" is a song written by Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman, recorded by Elvis Presley on June 25, 1961, and released on June 5, 1962 through RCA as a part of the album Pot Luck.
  • Known Only To Him
    His Hand in Mine is the twelfth studio album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2328, in November 1960. It was the first of three gospel music albums that Presley would issue during his lifetime.
  • Ku-U-I-Po
    Mahalo From Elvis is a compilation album by Elvis Presley released posthumously in 1978.
  • Lady Madonna Lady Madonna
    "Lady Madonna" is a song by the Beatles, written by Paul McCartney and credited to Lennon–McCartney. In March 1968, it was released as a single, backed with "The Inner Light". The song was recorded on 3 and 6 February 1968 before the Beatles left for India.
  • La golondrina
    "La golondrina" is a song written in 1862 by Mexican physician Narciso Serradell Sevilla, who at the time was exiled to France due to the French intervention in Mexico. The Spanish lyrics uses the image of a migrating swallow to evoke sentiments of longing for the homeland.
  • La Paloma La Paloma
    "La Paloma" is a popular Spanish song that has been produced and reinterpreted in diverse cultures, settings, arrangements, and recordings over the last 140 years. The song was composed and written by the Spanish composer from the Basque region Sebastián Iradier in the 1850s.
  • Lawdy Miss Clawdy Lawdy Miss Clawdy
    "Lawdy Miss Clawdy" is a rhythm and blues song by New Orleans singer/songwriter Lloyd Price that "grandly introduced The New Orleans Sound". It was first recorded by Price in 1952 with Fats Domino and Dave Bartholomew during his first session for Art Rupe and Specialty Records.
  • Lead Me, Guide Me
    He Touched Me is a 1972 contemporary gospel music album by Elvis Presley. It earned him his second of three Grammy Awards. The album his third and final studio gospel album, and the most contemporary of the three.
  • Let It Be Me (The Everly Brothers song)
    "Let It Be Me" is a popular song originally published in French in 1955 as "Je t'appartiens". It became popular worldwide with an English version by The Everly Brothers and later with the duet by Betty Everett and Jerry Butler.
  • Let Me (1956 song)
    Let Me is a song by Elvis Presley. The song is credited to Elvis Presley and Vera Matson, the wife of Ken Darby, the principal writer, published by Elvis Presley Music. The song was featured in the movie Love Me Tender and was released as an RCA Victor EP in 1956.
  • (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear
    " Teddy Bear" is a popular song first recorded by Elvis Presley in 1957 for the soundtrack of his second motion picture, Loving You, during which Presley performs the song on screen. It was written by Kal Mann and Bernie Lowe and published in 1957 by Gladys Music.
  • Let's Forget About the Stars
    Let's Be Friends is the thirty-seventh album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Camden Records CAS 2408, in April 1970. It is the second Presley budget album to appear on the RCA subsidiary label. It peaked at number 105 on the Billboard 200 album chart.
  • Let's Have a Party
    "Let's Have a Party" is a 1957 song written by Jessie Mae Robinson and recorded by Elvis Presley for the movie Loving You. Wanda Jackson recorded the song for her first album, Wanda Jackson, released in 1958.
  • Let Yourself Go (Elvis Presley song)
    "Let Yourself Go" is a song first recorded by Elvis Presley as part of the soundtrack for his 1968 motion picture Speedway.
  • Life (Elvis Presley song)
    "Life" is a 1971 song by Elvis Presley. It was written by Shirl Milete. Elvis recorded it June 6, 1970. The single release had a seven-week stay on Billboard's Hot 100 chart, peaking at #53. It reached #8 on the Easy Listening chart and #34 on the Country Chart.
  • Like a Baby
    "Like a Baby" is a song written by Jesse Stone. It was recorded by Vikki Nelson for a Vik records single in 1957. It was also recorded by Elvis Presley for his 1960 album Elvis Is Back!.
  • Little Cabin On The Hill
    William Smith Monroe was an American mandolinist, singer, and songwriter who created the style of music known as bluegrass. The genre takes its name from his band, the Blue Grass Boys, named for Monroe's home state of Kentucky.
  • Little Cabin on the Hill
    William Smith Monroe was an American mandolinist, singer, and songwriter who created the style of music known as bluegrass. The genre takes its name from his band, the Blue Grass Boys, named for Monroe's home state of Kentucky.
  • Little Darlin'
    "Little Darlin'" is a popular Top 40 song, made famous by the Diamonds.
  • Little Egypt (Ying-Yang)
    "Little Egypt" is a 1961 rock song written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller and was recorded by The Coasters for their 1962 album, Coast Along with the Coasters. The song reached #16 on the R&B chart and #23 on The Billboard Hot 100 in 1961.
  • Little Mama
    Elvis Aaron Presley was an American singer and actor. Regarded as one of the most significant cultural icons of the 20th century, he is often referred to as "the King of Rock and Roll", or simply, "the King".
  • Little Sister (Elvis Presley song) Little Sister (Elvis Presley song)
    "Little Sister" is a rock and roll song written by Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman. It was originally released as a single in 1961 by American singer Elvis Presley, who enjoyed a No. 5 hit with it on the Billboard Hot 100. The single also reached No. 1 in the UK Singles Chart.
  • Lonely Man (Elvis Presley song)
    "Lonely Man" is a song first recorded by Elvis Presley as part of the soundtrack for his 1961 motion picture Wild in the Country, but eventually dropped from the movie.
  • Lonesome Cowboy
    Loving You is the third studio album by Elvis Presley, issued on RCA Victor Records in mono, LPM 1515, in July 1957.
  • Long Black Limousine
    Long Black Limousine is a song written by Vern Stovall and Bobby George; the best-known version is probably the one by Elvis Presley, who turned the original country tune into a soulful rhythm and blues song.
  • Long-Legged Girl (With A Short Dress On)
    Double Trouble is the twenty-ninth album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3787, in June 1967. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders and at MGM Studios in Hollywood, California, on June 28, 29, and 30, 1966. It peaked at number 47 on the Billboard 200.
  • Long Legged Girl (With the Short Dress On)
    "Long Legged Girl" is a song first recorded by Elvis Presley as part of the soundtrack for his 1967 MGM motion picture Double Trouble.
  • Long, Lonely Highway
    Elvis Aaron Presley was an American singer and actor. Regarded as one of the most significant cultural icons of the 20th century, he is often referred to as "the King of Rock and Roll", or simply, "the King".
  • Long Tall Sally
    "Long Tall Sally" is a rock and roll 12-bar blues song written by Robert "Bumps" Blackwell, Enotris Johnson, and Little Richard; recorded by Little Richard; and released in March 1956 on the Specialty Records label.
  • Look Out, Broadway
    Frankie and Johnny is the twenty-fifth album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3553, on March 1, 1966. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders in Hollywood, California, on May 12, 13, and 14, 1965. It peaked at number 20 on the Top LP's chart.
  • Love Coming Down
    From Elvis Presley Boulevard, Memphis, Tennessee is an album by Elvis Presley, released in 1976 on RCA Records. It is often mistaken that this is a concert recording as the album states the songs were "recorded live".
  • Love Letters (song)
    "Love Letters" is a 1945 popular song with lyrics by Edward Heyman and music by Victor Young. The song appeared, without lyrics, in the movie of the same name, and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Song for 1945.
  • Lovely Mamie
    Elvis Aaron Presley was an American singer and actor. Regarded as one of the most significant cultural icons of the 20th century, he is often referred to as "the King of Rock and Roll", or simply, "the King".
  • Love Me (Leiber/Stoller song)
    "Love Me" is a sentimental song composed by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller and popularized by Elvis Presley in 1956.
  • Love Me, Love The Life I Lead
    Elvis is a 1973 album by Elvis Presley. It sold over 1 million copies worldwide despite being released soon after the much more successful Aloha from Hawaii album.
  • Love Me Tender (song) Love Me Tender (song)
    "Love Me Tender" is a 1956 song recorded by Elvis Presley and published by Elvis Presley Music from the eponymous 20th Century Fox film. The words and music are credited to Ken Darby under the pseudonym "Vera Matson", the name of his wife, and Elvis Presley.
  • Lover Doll
    King Creole is the sixth album by Elvis Presley, issued by RCA Victor, LPM 1884 in mono in September 1958, recorded in four days at Radio Recorders in Hollywood. It contains songs written and recorded expressly for the film, and peaked at number two on the Billboard Top Pop Albums chart.
  • Love Song of the Year
    Promised Land is a 1975 album by Elvis Presley on RCA Records. It was recorded in December 1973 at Stax Records studios in Memphis and released on Presley's 40th birthday.
  • Lovin' Arms
    Good Times is a 1974 album by Elvis Presley and his 20th studio album.
  • Loving Arms
    "Loving Arms" is a song written by Tom Jans and first recorded and released by Kris Kristofferson and Rita Coolidge as a duet in 1973.
  • Loving You (Elvis Presley song)
    Loving You is the third studio album by Elvis Presley, issued on RCA Victor Records in mono, LPM 1515, in July 1957.
  • Make Me Know It
    Elvis Is Back! is the tenth studio album by Elvis Presley. It was released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo in April 1960. Recorded over two sessions in March and April, the album marked Presley's return to recording after his discharge from the U.S. Army.
  • Mama Liked the Roses
    " Mama Liked the Roses" is a song by Elvis Presley and recorded in 1969. The song was released as the B-side to "The Wonder of You" 45 single on April 20, 1970 and the 1970 RCA Camden LP Elvis' Christmas Album.
  • Mansion Over the Hilltop
    Mansion Over the Hilltop is a Southern Gospel song written by Ira Stanphill. It was most notably performed by Elvis Presley on the album His Hand in Mine.
  • Marguerita
    Fun in Acapulco is the nineteenth album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2756, in November 1963 – the November 1 date is disputed.
  • (Marie's the Name) His Latest Flame (Marie's the Name) His Latest Flame
    " His Latest Flame" is a song recorded in a hit version by Elvis Presley and published by Elvis Presley Music in 1961. It was written by Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman and originally recorded by Del Shannon on the album Runaway With Del Shannon, which was released in June 1961.
  • Mary in the Morning
    "Mary in the Morning" is a song written by American songwriter and record producer Michael Rashkow and singer Johnny Cymbal. "Mary in the Morning" was recorded by a number of artists including...
  • Mary Lou Brown
    Elvis Aaron Presley was an American singer and actor. Regarded as one of the most significant cultural icons of the 20th century, he is often referred to as "the King of Rock and Roll", or simply, "the King".
  • Mean Woman Blues
    "Mean Woman Blues" is a 12-bar blues song written by Claude Demetrius. It was first recorded by Elvis Presley as part of the soundtrack for his 1957 motion picture, Loving You. Presley also released the song on Side 2 of a four-song EP record.
  • Memories (Elvis Presley song)
    "Memories" is a 1968 song originally recorded by Elvis Presley.
  • Memphis, Tennessee (song)
    "Memphis, Tennessee", sometimes shortened to "Memphis", is a song by Chuck Berry, first released in 1959. In the UK, the song charted at #6 in 1963; at the same time Decca Records issued a cover version in the UK by Dave Berry and the Cruisers, which also became a UK Top 20 hit single.
  • Milk Cow Blues (song)
    "Milk Cow Blues" is a blues song written and originally recorded by Sleepy John Estes in 1930.
  • Milky White Way
    "Milky White Way" is a gospel standard written by Lander Coleman, who was a quartet singer for the Coleman Brothers. The song became a million-selling hit record in 1947 when the CBS Trumpeteers, a black quartet from Baltimore, recorded it.
  • Miracle Of The Rosary
    Elvis Now is a gold-selling Elvis Presley album from 1972.
  • Mona Lisa (Nat King Cole song) Mona Lisa (Nat King Cole song)
    "Mona Lisa" is a popular song written by Ray Evans and Jay Livingston for the Paramount Pictures film Captain Carey, U.S.A.
  • Money Honey (Clyde McPhatter and The Drifters song)
    "Money Honey" is a song written by Jesse Stone, which was released in September 1953 by Clyde McPhatter backed for the first time by the newly formed Drifters. McPhatter's voice, but not his name, had become well known when he was the lead singer for Billy Ward and the Dominoes.
  • Money Honey (Clyde McPhatter and the Drifters song)
    "Money Honey" is a song written by Jesse Stone, which was released in September 1953 by Clyde McPhatter backed for the first time by the newly formed Drifters. McPhatter's voice, but not his name, had become well known when he was the lead singer for Billy Ward and the Dominoes.
  • Moody Blue (song)
    "Moody Blue" is a song made famous by Elvis Presley. The song was written by Mark James who also penned Elvis' "Suspicious Minds". "Moody Blue" was Presley's last No. 1 hit in his lifetime, topping the Billboard magazine Hot Country Singles chart in February 1977.
  • Moonlight Swim
    "Moonlight Swim" was a hit song written by Ben Weisman and Sylvia Dee, and recorded by Nick Noble for Mercury Records. Noble reached Billboard's #37 spot on the Billboard charts in September 1957.
  • Mr. Songman
    Promised Land is a 1975 album by Elvis Presley on RCA Records. It was recorded in December 1973 at Stax Records studios in Memphis and released on Presley's 40th birthday.
  • My Baby Left Me My Baby Left Me
    "My Baby Left Me" is a rhythm and blues song written by blues singer Arthur Crudup.
  • My Boy
    "My Boy" is the title of a popular song from the early 1970s. The music was composed by Jean-Pierre Bourtayre and Claude François, and the lyrics were translated from the original version "Parce que je t'aime, mon enfant" into English by Phil Coulter and Bill Martin.
  • My Desert Serenade
    Harum Scarum is the twenty-fourth album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3468, in November 1965. It is the soundtrack to the 1965 film of the same name. Recording sessions took place at RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee, on February 24, 25, and 26, 1965.
  • My Happiness (popular song)
    "My Happiness" is a pop music standard which was initially made famous in the mid-twentieth century. An unpublished version of the melody with different lyrics was written by Borney Bergantine in 1933.
  • My Little Friend
    From Nashville to Memphis: The Essential '60s Masters is a box set five-disc compilation of studio master recordings by Elvis Presley during the decade of the 1960s, released in 1993 on RCA Records, catalogue number 66160-2.
  • Mystery Train Mystery Train
    "Mystery Train" is a song written and recorded by American blues musician Junior Parker in 1953.
  • My Way
    "My Way" is a song popularized in 1969 by Frank Sinatra. Its lyrics were written by Paul Anka and set to the music of the French song "Comme d'habitude" co-composed and co-written, and performed in 1967 by Claude François. Anka's English lyrics are unrelated to the original French song.
  • My Wish Came True
    Elvis' Gold Records, Volume 2, also known as 50,000,000 Elvis Fans Can't Be Wrong, is the ninth album by Elvis Presley, issued by RCA Victor in November 1959. It is a compilation of hit singles released in 1958 and 1959 by Presley, from recording sessions going back as far as February 1957.
  • Never Been to Spain
    "Never Been to Spain" is a song written by Hoyt Axton and performed by Three Dog Night, with Cory Wells on lead vocal. It was featured on their 1971 album, Harmony. The song was produced by Richard Podolor.
  • Never Ending (Elvis Presley song)
    "Never Ending" is a song first recorded by Elvis Presley.
  • Never Say Yes
    Spinout is the twenty-seventh album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3702, on October 31, 1966. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders in Hollywood, California, on February 16 and 17, 1966. It peaked at number 18 on the Top Pop Albums chart.
  • No More (Elvis Presley song)
    "La Paloma" is a popular Spanish song that has been produced and reinterpreted in diverse cultures, settings, arrangements, and recordings over the last 140 years. The song was composed and written by the Spanish composer from the Basque region Sebastián Iradier in the 1850s.
  • No Room to Rhumba in a Sports Car
    Fun in Acapulco is the nineteenth album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2756, in November 1963 – the November 1 date is disputed.
  • No Room to Rumba in a Sports Car
    Fun in Acapulco is the nineteenth album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2756, in November 1963 – the November 1 date is disputed.
  • Nothingville
    Elvis is the thirty-fourth album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Records in mono, LPM 4088, in November 1968. Recording sessions took place in Burbank, California at Western Recorders on June 20, 21, 22 and 23, 1968, and at NBC Studios on June 27 and 29, 1968. It peaked at #8 on the Billboard 200.
  • (Now and Then There's) A Fool Such as I
    " A Fool Such as I" is a popular song written by Bill Trader and was published in 1952. Performed by Hank Snow it peaked at number four on the country charts early in 1953.
  • Oh, How I Love Jesus
    Elvis Aaron Presley was an American singer and actor. Regarded as one of the most significant cultural icons of the 20th century, he is often referred to as "the King of Rock and Roll", or simply, "the King".
  • Old MacDonald Had a Farm
    "Old MacDonald Had a Farm" is a children's song and nursery rhyme about a farmer named MacDonald and the various animals he keeps on his farm. Each verse of the song changes the name of the animal and its respective noise.
  • Old Shep
    "Old Shep" is a song written and composed by Red Foley and Arthur Williams in 1933, about a dog Foley owned as a child. In reality, the dog, poisoned by a neighbor, was a German shepherd called "Hoover." Foley first recorded the song in 1935, and again in 1941 and 1946.
  • On a Snowy Christmas Night
    Elvis sings The Wonderful World Of Christmas is a 1971 album by Elvis Presley, and Elvis' second and final Christmas album. The album was released in October 1971, followed by the single from the album "Merry Christmas Baby" / "O Come All Ye Faithful" released in November 1971.
  • One Boy, Two Little Girls
    Kissin' Cousins is the twentieth album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2894, in April 1964. It is the soundtrack to the 1964 film of the same name.
  • One Night (song) One Night (song)
    "One Night" is a song written by Dave Bartholomew, Pearl King, and Anita Steinman. It was an R&B hit for Smiley Lewis in 1956, before being recorded with greater commercial success by Elvis Presley in 1959.
  • One-sided Love Affair
    "One Sided Love Affair" is a song by Elvis Presley from his 1956 debut album Elvis Presley.
  • One-Track Heart
    Roustabout is the twenty-first album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2999, in October 1964. It was a soundtrack to the film of the same name. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders in Hollywood, California, on March 2 and 3, and April 29, 1964.
  • Only Believe
    Love Letters from Elvis is the twelfth studio album by Elvis Presley, released in 1971.
  • On the Jericho Road
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  • Padre (song)
    "Padre Don José" is a French-language song written by Jacques Larue and Alain Romans and originally released in 1956 by Gloria Lasso.
  • Paradise, Hawaiian Style (song)
    "Paradise, Hawaiian Style" is a song first recorded by Elvis Presley as part of the soundtrack for his 1966 motion picture Paradise, Hawaiian Style.
  • Paralyzed (Elvis Presley song) Paralyzed (Elvis Presley song)
    "Paralyzed" is a 1956 song recorded by Elvis Presley for his album Elvis. The song was recorded on September 2, 1956, and has been well received by modern music critics. The song was written by Otis Blackwell, with Elvis receiving partial song-writing credit.
  • Patch It Up
    Elvis: That's the Way It Is is a 1970 American documentary film directed by Denis Sanders. The film documents American singer Elvis Presley's Summer Festival in Las Vegas during August 1970.
  • Peace in the Valley
    "Peace in the Valley" is a 1937 song written by Thomas A. Dorsey, originally for Mahalia Jackson. The song became a hit in 1951 for Red Foley and the Sunshine Boys, reaching number seven on the Country & Western Best Seller chart. It was among the first gospel recordings to sell one million copies.
  • Petunia, the Gardener's Daughter
    Frankie and Johnny is the twenty-fifth album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3553, on March 1, 1966. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders in Hollywood, California, on May 12, 13, and 14, 1965. It peaked at number 20 on the Top LP's chart.
  • Pieces of My Life
    Today is a studio album by American musician Elvis Presley, released on May 7, 1975 by RCA Records. The Today sessions were held in RCA's Studio C, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, March 10–12, 1975, and marked the last time Presley would record in a studio.
  • Plantation Rock
    Elvis: A Legendary Performer Volume 4 is a compilation album featuring recordings by American singer Elvis Presley. It was the last in a series of albums that began with in 1974, and the first since in 1979.
  • Playing for Keeps (Elvis Presley song)
    "Playing for Keeps" is a song originally recorded by Elvis Presley Its first release on record was on January 4, 1957 on a single with "Too Much" on the other side. "Playing for Keeps" reached number 34 in the United States, while "Too Much" spent 3 weeks at number 1.
  • Playing for Keeps (song)
    "Too Much" is a #1 song recorded in a hit version by Elvis Presley and published by Elvis Presley Music in 1956. It was written by Bernard Weinman and Lee Rosenberg. It was first recorded in 1954 by Bernard Hardison on Republic Records.
  • Please Don't Drag That String Around
    Elvis' Gold Records Volume 4 is the thirty-first album by Elvis Presley, issued by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3921, in January 1968, with recording sessions taking place over an eight-year span at RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee, and at RCA Studios and Radio Recorders in Hollywood.
  • Please Don't Stop Loving Me (Elvis Presley song)
    "Please Don't Stop Loving Me" is a song first recorded by Elvis Presley as part of the soundtrack for his 1966 motion picture Frankie and Johnny.
  • Pledging My Love
    "Pledging My Love" is a blues ballad. It was written by Ferdinand Washington and Don Robey and published in 1954.
  • Pocketful of Rainbows
    "Pocketful of Rainbows" is a song from the 1960 Elvis Presley album, G.I. Blues, written by Fred Wise and Ben Weisman.
  • Poison Ivy League
    Roustabout is the twenty-first album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2999, in October 1964. It was a soundtrack to the film of the same name. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders in Hollywood, California, on March 2 and 3, and April 29, 1964.
  • Polk Salad Annie
    "Polk Salad Annie" is a 1968 song written and performed by Tony Joe White. It was recorded in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. Its lyrics describe the lifestyle of a poor rural Southern girl and her family.
  • Poor Boy (Elvis Presley song)
    Poor Boy is a song by Elvis Presley. The song is credited to Elvis Presley and Vera Matson, the wife of Ken Darby, the principal writer, published by Elvis Presley Music. The song was featured in the movie Love Me Tender and was released as an RCA Victor EP in 1956.
  • Power Of My Love
    From Nashville to Memphis: The Essential '60s Masters is a box set five-disc compilation of studio master recordings by Elvis Presley during the decade of the 1960s, released in 1993 on RCA Records, catalogue number 66160-2.
  • Promised Land (Chuck Berry song)
    "Promised Land" is a song lyric written by Chuck Berry to the melody of "Wabash Cannonball", an American folk song. The song was first recorded in this version by Chuck Berry in 1964 for his album St. Louis to Liverpool.
  • Proud Mary Proud Mary
    "Proud Mary" is a rock song written by John Fogerty and first recorded by his band Creedence Clearwater Revival. The song was released by Fantasy Records as a single from the band's second studio album, Bayou Country, which was released by the same record company in January 1969.
  • Puppet on a String (Elvis Presley song)
    "Puppet on a String" is a 1965 song originally recorded by Elvis Presley. It was written by Roy C. Bennett and Sid Tepper and recorded by Presley for the MGM film Girl Happy.
  • Put the Blame on Me
    From Nashville to Memphis: The Essential '60s Masters is a box set five-disc compilation of studio master recordings by Elvis Presley during the decade of the 1960s, released in 1993 on RCA Records, catalogue number 66160-2.
  • Put Your Hand in the Hand Put Your Hand in the Hand
    "Put Your Hand in the Hand" is a gospel pop song composed by Gene MacLellan and first recorded by Canadian singer Anne Murray from her third studio album Honey, Wheat and Laughter.
  • Queenie Wahine's Papaya
    Paradise, Hawaiian Style is the twenty-sixth album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3643, in June 1966. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders in Hollywood, California, on July 26 and 27, and August 2, 1965. It peaked at number 15 on the Top LP's chart.
  • Reach Out to Jesus
    He Touched Me is a 1972 contemporary gospel music album by Elvis Presley. It earned him his second of three Grammy Awards. The album his third and final studio gospel album, and the most contemporary of the three.
  • Ready Teddy
    "Ready Teddy" is a song written by John Marascalco and Robert Blackwell, and first made popular by Little Richard in 1956.
  • Reconsider Baby Reconsider Baby
    "Reconsider Baby" is a blues song written and recorded by Lowell Fulson in 1954. Performed in the West Coast blues style, it was Fulson's first record chart hit for Checker Records, a subsidiary of Chess Records.
  • Return to Sender (song)
    "Return to Sender" is a 1962 hit single recorded by American singer Elvis Presley and published by Elvis Presley Music. The song was written by Winfield Scott and Otis Blackwell.
  • Riding the Rainbow
    Kid Galahad is a 1962 American musical film starring Elvis Presley as a boxer. It was released by United Artists. The film opened at #9 at the box office when released in the United States in August 1962. Variety ranked it #37 on the list of the top-grossing films of 1962.
  • Rip It Up (Little Richard song)
    "Rip It Up" is a song written by Robert Blackwell and John Marascalco. It was first released by Little Richard in June, 1956. Bill Haley and his Comets also released a recording of the song that year.
  • Rock-A-Hula Baby Rock-A-Hula Baby
    "Rock-A-Hula Baby "is a song performed by Elvis Presley for the 1961 movie Blue Hawaii. Written by Ben Weisman, Fred Wise, and Dolores Fuller, it is a genre mix of Hawaiian folk and rock and roll. It was the first song published by Fuller, who would eventually co-write a dozen songs for Presley.
  • Rubberneckin' Rubberneckin'
    "Rubberneckin'" is a song performed by Elvis Presley, which was recorded at American Sound Studio. It was used in the film Change of Habit and subsequently issued as the B-side of "Don't Cry Daddy" in conjunction with the movie premiere.
  • Santa Bring My Baby Back (To Me)
    "Santa Bring My Baby Back" is a 1957 song by Elvis Presley. The song was released on the RCA Victor Elvis' Christmas Album in 1957.
  • Santa Claus Is Back in Town Santa Claus Is Back in Town
    "Santa Claus Is Back in Town" is a Christmas song written in 1957 by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, and first recorded that year by Elvis Presley as the opening track on Elvis' Christmas Album, the best-selling Christmas/holiday album of all time in the United States.
  • Santa Lucia
    "Santa Lucia" is a traditional Neapolitan song. It was translated by Teodoro Cottrau into Italian and published by the Cottrau firm, as a "barcarolla", in Naples in 1849.
  • Saved (Leiber and Stoller song)
    "Saved" is a gospel and R&B-flavored song written by Leiber and Stoller and first recorded by Rock and Roll Hall of Famer LaVern Baker in 1960.
  • See See Rider
    "See See Rider", also known as "C.C. Rider", "See See Rider Blues" or "Easy Rider", is a popular American 12-bar blues song, originally recorded by Gertrude "Ma" Rainey in 1924.
  • Sentimental Me
    "Sentimental Me" is a popular song.
  • Separate Ways (Elvis Presley song)
    "Separate Ways" is a song written by Red West and Richard Mainegra and recorded by Elvis Presley on March 27, 1972. The song was released as a single with "Always On My Mind" as the B-side. It reached gold status in the US for sales of over half a million copies.
  • Shake a Hand
    "Shake a Hand" is a 1953 song written by the trumpeter and bandleader Joe Morris and originally recorded by Faye Adams, whose version stayed number one on the US Billboard R&B chart for nine weeks.
  • Shake, Rattle and Roll Shake, Rattle and Roll
    "Shake, Rattle and Roll" is a twelve bar blues-form song, written in 1954 by Jesse Stone under his assumed songwriting name, Charles E. Calhoun. It was originally recorded by Big Joe Turner and most successfully by Bill Haley & His Comets.
  • Shake That Tambourine
    Harum Scarum is the twenty-fourth album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3468, in November 1965. It is the soundtrack to the 1965 film of the same name. Recording sessions took place at RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee, on February 24, 25, and 26, 1965.
  • She's A Machine
    Easy Come, Easy Go is a 1967 American musical film comedy starring Elvis Presley. Hal Wallis produced the film for Paramount Pictures, and it was his final movie for Elvis Presley. The film co-starred Dodie Marshall, Pat Harrington, Jr., Pat Priest, Elsa Lanchester and Frank McHugh.
  • She's Not You She's Not You
    "She's Not You" is a 1962 song recorded by Elvis Presley and published by Gladys Music, Elvis Presley's publishing company. "She's Not You" reached No. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 13 on the R&B chart. In the UK, the single reached No. 1 where it stayed for three weeks.
  • She Thinks I Still Care
    "She Thinks I Still Care" is a country song written by Dickey Lee and Steve Duffy. The song was recorded by multiple artists, including George Jones, Connie Francis, Anne Murray, Elvis Presley and Patty Loveless.
  • Shoppin' Around
    G.I. Blues is the eleventh album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2256, in October 1960. Recording sessions took place on April 27 and 28, and May 6, 1960, at RCA Victor Studio C and Radio Recorders in Hollywood, California.
  • Show Me Thy Ways, O, Lord
    Elvis Aaron Presley was an American singer and actor. Regarded as one of the most significant cultural icons of the 20th century, he is often referred to as "the King of Rock and Roll", or simply, "the King".
  • Signs of the Zodiac (Elvis Presley song)
    The Trouble with Girls, the full title of which is The Trouble with Girls, is a 1969 film starring Elvis Presley. It was one of his final acting roles, along with the same year's Change of Habit. It is based on the 1960 novel Chautauqua by Day Keene and Dwight Vincent Babcock.
  • Singing Tree
    Clambake is the thirtieth album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3893, in October 1967. He entered RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee on February 21, 1967 for Recording sessions for his twenty fifth film.
  • Sing, You Children
    Easy Come, Easy Go is a 1967 American musical film comedy starring Elvis Presley. Hal Wallis produced the film for Paramount Pictures, and it was his final movie for Elvis Presley. The film co-starred Dodie Marshall, Pat Harrington, Jr., Pat Priest, Elsa Lanchester and Frank McHugh.
  • Slicin' Sand
    Blue Hawaii is the fourteenth album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2426, on October 20, 1961. It is a soundtrack for Presley's film of the same name. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders in Hollywood on March 21, 22, and 23, 1961.
  • Slowly But Surely
    Fun in Acapulco is the nineteenth album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2756, in November 1963 – the November 1 date is disputed.
  • Smokey Mountain Boy
    Kissin' Cousins is the twentieth album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2894, in April 1964. It is the soundtrack to the 1964 film of the same name.
  • Snowbird (song)
    "Snowbird" is a song by the Canadian songwriter Gene MacLellan. Though it has been recorded by many performers, it is best known through Anne Murray's 1969 recording, which—after appearing as an album track in mid-1969—was eventually released as a single in the summer of 1970.
  • So Glad You're Mine
    Arthur William "Big Boy" Crudup was an American Delta blues singer, songwriter and guitarist. He is best known outside blues circles for his songs "That's All Right", "My Baby Left Me" and "So Glad You're Mine", later covered by Elvis Presley and other artists.
  • Somebody Bigger Than You and I
    Somebody Bigger Than You and I is a song written by Johnny Lange, Hy Heath and Sonny Burke. It is known as a gospel standard.
  • Song Of The Shrimp
    Girls! Girls! Girls! is the sixteenth album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2426, in November 1962. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders in Hollywood on March 26, 27, and 28, 1962. It peaked at number three on the Top LP's chart.
  • Speedway (song)
    "Speedway" is a song first recorded by Elvis Presley as part of the soundtrack for his 1968 motion picture Speedway.
  • Spinout (song)
    "Spinout" is a song first recorded by Elvis Presley as part of the soundtrack for his 1966 motion picture Spinout. In 1966 it was released on a single with "All That I Am", another song from the same movie, on the opposite side.
  • Starting Today
    Something for Everybody is the thirteenth album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2370, in June 1961. Recording sessions took place on November 8, 1960, at Radio Recorders in Hollywood, and on March 12, 1961 at RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Starting Today (Elvis Presley song)
    "Starting Today" is a 1961 song by Elvis Presley.
  • Startin' Tonight
    Girl Happy is the twenty-second album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3338, in March 1965 — the March 1 date is disputed.
  • Stay Away
    Stay Away, Joe is a 1968 Western-comedy film, with musical interludes, set in modern times and starring Elvis Presley, Burgess Meredith, Katy Jurado and Joan Blondell. The film was based on the 1953 novel by Dan Cushman, a satirical farce.
  • Stay Away (Elvis Presley song)
    "Stay Away" is a song first recorded by Elvis Presley as part of the soundtrack for his 1968 motion picture Stay Away, Joe.
  • Stay Away, Joe (song)
    "Stay Away, Joe" is a song first recorded by Elvis Presley as part of the soundtrack for his 1968 motion picture Stay Away, Joe.
  • Steadfast, Loyal and True
    King Creole is the sixth album by Elvis Presley, issued by RCA Victor, LPM 1884 in mono in September 1958, recorded in four days at Radio Recorders in Hollywood. It contains songs written and recorded expressly for the film, and peaked at number two on the Billboard Top Pop Albums chart.
  • Steamroller Blues Steamroller Blues
    "Steamroller Blues", is a blues parody written by James Taylor, that appeared on his 1970 album Sweet Baby James. It was intended to "mock" the inauthentic blues bands of the day. The song later appeared on two of Taylor's compilation albums and has been recorded by a variety of other artists.
  • Steppin' Out of Line
    Steppin' Out of Line is a song by Elvis Presley. It was recorded for and used in Presley's 1961 film "Blue Hawaii." However, the song did not initially appear on the film's soundtrack. Instead, "Steppin' Out of Line" was used as track 5 on Presley's "Pot Luck" album.
  • Stop Where You Are
    Paradise, Hawaiian Style is the twenty-sixth album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3643, in June 1966. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders in Hollywood, California, on July 26 and 27, and August 2, 1965. It peaked at number 15 on the Top LP's chart.
  • Stranger in My Own Hometown
    Percy Mayfield was an American rhythm-and-blues singer with a smooth vocal style, and a songwriter known for the songs "Please Send Me Someone to Love" and "Hit the Road Jack".
  • Stranger in the Crowd
    "Stranger in the Crowd" is a song written for Elvis Presley by Winfield Scott for Elvis' 1970 album That's The Way It Is. Scott had previously co-written with Otis Blackwell a number of other songs for Elvis, including the hits "Return to Sender" and "in Disguise."
  • Stuck on You (Elvis Presley song)
    "Stuck on You" is Elvis Presley's first hit single after his two-year stint in the US Army.
  • (Such an) Easy Question
    " Easy Question" is a song recorded by Elvis Presley in 1962. It was written by Otis Blackwell and Winfield Scott. It was first released on the Pot Luck album in 1962 and again in 1965 as a single due to its inclusion in the Elvis Presley movie Tickle Me.
  • Such a Night
    "Such a Night" is a popular song from 1953, written by Lincoln Chase and first recorded by The Drifters.
  • Summer Kisses, Winter Tears
    Elvis by Request: Flaming Star and 3 Other Great Songs is a 1961 mini-album by Elvis Presley, containing two best songs wrtitten for the motion picture Flaming Star and two of his earlier hits on the reverse side.
  • Summertime Has Passed and Gone
    William Smith Monroe was an American mandolinist, singer, and songwriter who created the style of music known as bluegrass. The genre takes its name from his band, the Blue Grass Boys, named for Monroe's home state of Kentucky.
  • Surrender (Elvis Presley song)
    "Surrender" is a #1 song recorded by Elvis Presley and published by Elvis Presley Music in 1961. It is an adaptation by Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman of the music of a 1902 Neapolitan ballad by Giambattista and Ernesto de Curtis entitled "Torna a Surriento".
  • Susan When She Tried
    The Statler Brothers were an American country music, gospel, and vocal group. The quartet was formed in 1955 performing locally and in 1964 they began singing backup for Johnny Cash.
  • Suspicion (Terry Stafford song)
    "Suspicion" is a song written by Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman for Elvis Presley which became a major hit in 1964 via a recording by Presley sound-alike Terry Stafford.
  • Suspicious Minds Suspicious Minds
    "Suspicious Minds" is an American song written and first recorded by American songwriter Mark James. After James' recording failed commercially, the song was handed to Elvis Presley by producer Chips Moman, becoming a number one song in 1969, and one of the most notable hits of Presley's career.
  • Sweet Angeline
    Raised on Rock/For Ol' Times Sake is a studio album by Elvis Presley released in 1973. Along with the album Elvis, it was released after the massive success of Aloha From Hawaii.
  • Sweetheart, You Done Me Wrong
    William Smith Monroe was an American mandolinist, singer, and songwriter who created the style of music known as bluegrass. The genre takes its name from his band, the Blue Grass Boys, named for Monroe's home state of Kentucky.
  • Take Good Care of Her
    "Take Good Care of Her" is a 1961 song written by Arthur Kent and Ed Warren and recorded by Adam Wade. It reached number twenty on the R&B charts and number seven on the Hot 100. In the song, the narrator speaks to the groom of his ex-girlfriend.
  • Talk About the Good Times
    Good Times is a 1974 album by Elvis Presley and his 20th studio album.
  • Tell Me Why (1956 song) Tell Me Why (1956 song)
    "Tell Me Why" is a popular song, written by Titus Turner in 1956. It is a slow, strong rhythm and blues ballad, and has a melody reminiscent of "Just a Closer Walk With Thee".
  • Tender Feeling
    Kissin' Cousins is the twentieth album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2894, in April 1964. It is the soundtrack to the 1964 film of the same name.
  • That's All Right That's All Right
    "That's All Right" is a song written and originally performed by blues singer Arthur Crudup. It is best known as the first single recorded and released by Elvis Presley. Presley's version was recorded on July 5, 1954, and released on July 19, 1954 with "Blue Moon of Kentucky" as the B-side.
  • That's Someone You Never Forget That's Someone You Never Forget
    "That's Someone You Never Forget" is a song written by Elvis Presley in 1961 and published by Elvis Presley Music, which appeared as the closing track on his 1962 album Pot Luck and was released as a single in 1967.
  • (That's What You Get) For Lovin' Me
    Elvis is a 1973 album by Elvis Presley. It sold over 1 million copies worldwide despite being released soon after the much more successful Aloha from Hawaii album.
  • That's When Your Heartaches Begin
    "That's When Your Heartaches Begin" is a song recorded by Elvis Presley on at least three occasions, most notably the first time in July 1953, when it was one of the two first songs recorded by Presley at Sun Records for a demo acetate he allegedly gave to his mother as a birthday present.
  • The Bullfighter Was A Lady
    Fun in Acapulco is the nineteenth album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2756, in November 1963 – the November 1 date is disputed.
  • The Fair Is Moving On
    From Elvis in Memphis is the fifteenth studio album by American rock and roll singer Elvis Presley, released on RCA Records.
  • The First Noel The First Noel
    "The First Noel" is a traditional classical English Christmas carol, most likely from the early modern period, although possibly earlier.
  • The Girl I Never Loved
    Clambake is the thirtieth album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3893, in October 1967. He entered RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee on February 21, 1967 for Recording sessions for his twenty fifth film.
  • The Girl of My Best Friend
    "The Girl of My Best Friend" is a song written by Sam Bobrick and Beverly Ross and first released in 1959 by Charlie Blackwell as the B-side to his single "Choppin' Mountains".
  • The Impossible Dream (The Quest)
    "The Impossible Dream" is a popular song composed by Mitch Leigh, with lyrics written by Joe Darion. The song is the most popular song from the 1965 Broadway musical Man of La Mancha and is also featured in the 1972 film of the same name starring Peter O'Toole.
  • The Lady Loves Me
    Viva Las Vegas is a 1964 American musical film starring Elvis Presley and actress Ann-Margret.
  • The Last Farewell
    "The Last Farewell" is a song from 1971 by the British-Kenyan folk singer Roger Whittaker. Whittaker hosted a radio programme in Great Britain in 1971, backed by a full orchestra with arrangements by Zack Lawrence.
  • The Meanest Girl in Town
    " The Meanest Girl in Town", also known as "Yeah, She's Evil!".
  • The Next Step Is Love
    Walk a Mile in My Shoes: The Essential '70s Masters is a boxed set five-disc compilation of the recorded work of Elvis Presley during the decade of the 1970s, issued in 1995 by RCA Records, 66670-2.
  • There Ain't Nothing Like A Song
    Speedway is the thirty-second album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3989, in May 1968 — the May 1 date is disputed. It serves as the soundtrack album for the 1968 film Speedway starring Presley.
  • There Goes My Everything (song)
    "There Goes My Everything" is a popular song written by Dallas Frazier and published in 1965. The song is best known in a 1966 version by Jack Greene whose version spent seven weeks at the top of the US country music chart, with a total of twenty-one weeks on the chart.
  • There Is So Much World to See
    " There Is So Much World to See" is a film song by Elvis Presley. It was featured in the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer motion picture Double Trouble. Elvis performs "There Is So Much World to See" to Jill Conway, while she is sitting on the bed.
  • There's a Brand New Day on the Horizon
    Roustabout is the twenty-first album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2999, in October 1964. It was a soundtrack to the film of the same name. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders in Hollywood, California, on March 2 and 3, and April 29, 1964.
  • There's a Honky Tonk Angel
    Troy Harold Seals is an American singer, songwriter, and guitarist.
  • There's a Honky Tonk Angel (Who'll Take Me Back In)
    "There's a Honky Tonk Angel" is a song written by Troy Seals and Denny Rice, and recorded by American country music artist Conway Twitty. It was released in January 1974 as the first single from the album Honky Tonk Angel.
  • There's Always Me
  • There's Gold in the Mountains
    Kissin' Cousins is the twentieth album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2894, in April 1964. It is the soundtrack to the 1964 film of the same name.
  • The Sound of Your Cry
    Walk a Mile in My Shoes: The Essential '70s Masters is a boxed set five-disc compilation of the recorded work of Elvis Presley during the decade of the 1970s, issued in 1995 by RCA Records, 66670-2.
  • The Twelfth of Never
    "The Twelfth of Never" is a popular song recorded by Johnny Mathis and later by other artists, including Cliff Richard and Donny Osmond. The song's title comes from the popular expression "the 12th of Never", which is used as the date of a future occurrence that will never come to pass.
  • The Wonderful World of Christmas
    Elvis sings The Wonderful World Of Christmas is a 1971 album by Elvis Presley, and Elvis' second and final Christmas album. The album was released in October 1971, followed by the single from the album "Merry Christmas Baby" / "O Come All Ye Faithful" released in November 1971.
  • The Wonder of You
    "The Wonder of You" is a song written by Baker Knight. In 1959, Ray Peterson released it as a single. The song became a Top 40 hit for him on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at #25, and also reached #23 in the UK. That same year it was recorded by Ronnie Hilton.
  • The Yellow Rose of Texas (song) The Yellow Rose of Texas (song)
    "The Yellow Rose of Texas" is a traditional American folk song. Members of the Western Writers of America chose it as one of the Top 100 Western songs of all time. Several versions of the song have been recorded, including by Elvis Presley, Willie Nelson and Mitch Miller.
  • Thinking About You (Elvis Presley song)
    "Thinking About You" is a song performed by Elvis Presley and originally released on his 1975 album Promised Land.
  • This Is Living
    Kid Galahad is a 1962 American musical film starring Elvis Presley as a boxer. It was released by United Artists. The film opened at #9 at the box office when released in the United States in August 1962. Variety ranked it #37 on the list of the top-grossing films of 1962.
  • This Is My Heaven
    Paradise, Hawaiian Style is the twenty-sixth album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3643, in June 1966. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders in Hollywood, California, on July 26 and 27, and August 2, 1965. It peaked at number 15 on the Top LP's chart.
  • This Is Our Dance
    Love Letters from Elvis is the twelfth studio album by Elvis Presley, released in 1971.
  • Three Corn Patches
    Lyricist Jerome "Jerry" Leiber and composer Mike Stoller were American songwriting and record producing partners. They found initial successes as the writers of such crossover hit songs as "Hound Dog" and "Kansas City".
  • Thrill of Your Love
    Thrill of Your Love is a song written by Stan Kesler and recorded by Elvis Presley in 1960 for his first post-army album "Elvis Is Back!." It was first recorded by Carl McVoy in 1958 under the title "A Woman's Love." His version remained unissued at the time, but has since appeared on compilations.
  • Today, Tomorrow and Forever (song)
    Viva Las Vegas is a 1964 American musical film starring Elvis Presley and actress Ann-Margret.
  • Tomorrow Is a Long Time
    "Tomorrow Is a Long Time" is a song written and recorded by Bob Dylan. Dylan's version first appeared on the album Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits Vol. II compilation, released in 1971. It was subsequently included in the triple LP compilation, Masterpieces.
  • Tonight's All Right for Love
    Elvis: A Legendary Performer Volume 1 is a greatest hits collection by Elvis Presley issued in 1974 by RCA Records. It features 14 tracks, which includes twelve songs and two interviews with Presley.
  • Tonight's So Right for Love
    G.I. Blues is the eleventh album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2256, in October 1960. Recording sessions took place on April 27 and 28, and May 6, 1960, at RCA Victor Studio C and Radio Recorders in Hollywood, California.
  • Too Much (Elvis Presley song) Too Much (Elvis Presley song)
    "Too Much" is a #1 song recorded in a hit version by Elvis Presley and published by Elvis Presley Music in 1956. It was written by Bernard Weinman and Lee Rosenberg. It was first recorded in 1954 by Bernard Hardison on Republic Records.
  • Too Much Monkey Business
    "Too Much Monkey Business" is a song written and recorded by Chuck Berry, released by Chess Records in September 1956 as his fifth single.
  • Treat Me Nice
    Treat Me Nice is a song recorded by Elvis Presley.
  • Trouble (Elvis Presley song) Trouble (Elvis Presley song)
    "Trouble" is a blues song written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, originally performed by Elvis Presley in 1958 and covered by a number of artists in later years, most notably by Amanda Lear.
  • T-R-O-U-B-L-E (song) T-R-O-U-B-L-E (song)
    "T-R-O-U-B-L-E" is a song written by Jerry Chesnut and recorded by Elvis Presley in 1975. It is a different song than "Trouble", a song Presley first recorded in 1958.
  • True Love Travels on a Gravel Road
    True Love Travels on a Gravel Road is a song written by the Frazier-Owens songwriting team and popularized by Elvis Presley. It was originally recorded by Duane Dee in 1968, and was a very minor hit, reaching #58 on the country charts.
  • Tryin' to Get to You
    "Tryin' to Get to You" is a song written by R&B singer songwriters Rose Marie McCoy and Charles Singleton It was originally recorded by the Washington DC vocal group The Eagles in 1954 and released in mid-1954 on Mercury Records 70391.
  • Tutti Frutti (song) Tutti Frutti (song)
    "Tutti Frutti" is a song written by Little Richard along with Dorothy LaBostrie that was recorded in 1955 and became his first major hit record. With its opening cry of "A-wop-bop-a-loo-bop-a-wop-bam-boom!".
  • Unchained Melody Unchained Melody
    "Unchained Melody" is a 1955 song with music by Alex North and lyrics by Hy Zaret. North used the music as a theme for the little-known prison film Unchained, hence the song title. Todd Duncan sang the vocals for the film soundtrack.
  • Up Above My Head
    "Up Above My Head" is a Gospel song, originally recorded in the 1940s by Sister Rosetta Tharpe and Marie Knight as a duo.
  • U.S. Male
    "U.S. Male" is a song by Jerry Reed, covered by Elvis Presley.
  • Vino, Dinero Y Amor
    Fun in Acapulco is the nineteenth album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2756, in November 1963 – the November 1 date is disputed.
  • Viva Las Vegas (song) Viva Las Vegas (song)
    "Viva Las Vegas" is a 1963 song written by Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman and recorded that same year by Elvis Presley for his Viva Las Vegas film vehicle, which along with the song was set for general release the year after.
  • Walk a Mile in My Shoes Walk a Mile in My Shoes
    "Walk a Mile in My Shoes" is a song written by Joe South, who had a hit with it in 1970. South was also producer and arranger of the track, and of its B-side, "Shelter".
  • Way Down
    "Way Down" is a song recorded by Elvis Presley. Recorded in October 1976, it was his last single released before his death on August 16, 1977. The song was written by Layng Martine, Jr. and was later covered by Status Quo and Cliffhanger.
  • Wearin' That Loved-On Look
    " Wearin' That Loved-On Look" is a song by Nashville songwriters Dallas Frazier and A.L. "Doodle" Owens. It was recorded in 1969 by Elvis Presley for his album From Elvis in Memphis. In 1993 Marco T sang the Spanish version in Colombia on the soundtrack Christmas album.
  • Wear My Ring Around Your Neck Wear My Ring Around Your Neck
    "Wear My Ring Around Your Neck" is a song written by Bert Carroll and Russell Moody, performed by Elvis Presley, which was released in 1958. It was particularly notable for breaking a string of ten consecutive number 1 hits for Presley achieved in just two years.
  • We Call On Him
    We Call On Him is a song by Elvis Presley. Elvis Presley recorded the gospel song in 1967. The song was published by Gladys Music, Elvis Presley's publishing company. The song was written by Fred Karger, Sid Wayne, and Ben Weisman.
  • We Can Make the Morning
    Elvis Now is a gold-selling Elvis Presley album from 1972.
  • We're Coming in Loaded
    Girls! Girls! Girls! is the sixteenth album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2426, in November 1962. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders in Hollywood on March 26, 27, and 28, 1962. It peaked at number three on the Top LP's chart.
  • We're Gonna Move We're Gonna Move
    We're Gonna Move is a song by Elvis Presley. The song is credited to Elvis Presley and Vera Matson, the wife of Ken Darby, the principal writer, published by Elvis Presley Music. The song was featured in the movie Love Me Tender and was released as an RCA Victor EP in 1956.
  • What a Wonderful Life
    Follow That Dream is a 1962 American musical film starring Elvis Presley made by Mirisch Productions. The movie was based on the 1959 novel Pioneer, Go Home! by Richard P. Powell. Producer Walter Mirisch liked the song Follow that Dream and retitled the picture.
  • What'd I Say What'd I Say
    "What'd I Say" is an American rhythm and blues song by Ray Charles, released in 1959. As a single divided into two parts, it was one of the first soul songs.
  • What Every Woman Lives For
    Frankie and Johnny is the twenty-fifth album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3553, on March 1, 1966. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders in Hollywood, California, on May 12, 13, and 14, 1965. It peaked at number 20 on the Top LP's chart.
  • What Now, What Next, Where To
    Double Trouble is the twenty-ninth album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3787, in June 1967. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders and at MGM Studios in Hollywood, California, on June 28, 29, and 30, 1966. It peaked at number 47 on the Billboard 200.
  • What She's Really Like
    G.I. Blues is the eleventh album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2256, in October 1960. Recording sessions took place on April 27 and 28, and May 6, 1960, at RCA Victor Studio C and Radio Recorders in Hollywood, California.
  • Wheels on My Heels
    Roustabout is the twenty-first album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2999, in October 1964. It was a soundtrack to the film of the same name. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders in Hollywood, California, on March 2 and 3, and April 29, 1964.
  • When God Dips His Love In My Heart
    The Blackwood Brothers are an American southern gospel quartet. They are nine-time Grammy Award-winning pioneers of the Christian music industry.
  • When I'm Over You
    Love Letters from Elvis is the twelfth studio album by Elvis Presley, released in 1971.
  • When It Rains, It Really Pours When It Rains, It Really Pours
    "When It Rains, It Really Pours" is a song originally written and recorded by Billy "The Kid" Emerson. His version, titled "When It Rains It Pours", was released by Sun Records in 1954. The song was later recorded by Elvis Presley in 1957, but not released until 1965 on the album Elvis for Everyone.
  • When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again
    "When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again" is a song written by Wiley Walker and Gene Sullivan in 1940. They first recorded it in 1941.
  • When the Saints Go Marching In When the Saints Go Marching In
    "When the Saints Go Marching In", often referred to as "The Saints", is an American gospel hymn. Though it originated as a Christian hymn, it is often played by jazz bands. This song was famously recorded on May 13, 1938 by Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra.
  • When the Swallows Come Back to Capistrano
    When the Swallows Come Back to Capistrano is a song written by Leon René and first recorded by The Ink Spots featuring Bill Kenny in May 1940.
  • Where Could I Go But to the Lord?
    How Great Thou Art is the twenty-eighth studio album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo in February 1967. Recording sessions took place at RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee, on May 25, 26, 27, and 28, 1966. It peaked at No. 18 on the Top Pop Albums chart.
  • Where Did They Go, Lord?
    Where Did They Go, Lord? is a song by Elvis Presley. It was recorded on September 22, 1970, and adapted from Dallas Frazier's original version. It first appeared on the 1978 compilation album "He Walks Beside Me".
  • Where Do You Come From?
    Girls! Girls! Girls! is the sixteenth album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2426, in November 1962. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders in Hollywood on March 26, 27, and 28, 1962. It peaked at number three on the Top LP's chart.
  • Where No One Stands Alone
    How Great Thou Art is the twenty-eighth studio album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo in February 1967. Recording sessions took place at RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee, on May 25, 26, 27, and 28, 1966. It peaked at No. 18 on the Top Pop Albums chart.
  • Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On
    "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On" is a song written by Dave "Curlee" Williams and usually credited to him and James Faye "Roy" Hall. The song was first recorded by Big Maybelle, though the best-known version is the 1957 rock and roll/rockabilly version by Jerry Lee Lewis.
  • Who Needs Money
    Clambake is the thirtieth album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3893, in October 1967. He entered RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee on February 21, 1967 for Recording sessions for his twenty fifth film.
  • Wild in the Country (Elvis Presley song)
    "Wild in the Country" is a song first recorded by Elvis Presley as part of the soundtrack for his 1961 motion picture Wild in the Country.
  • Witchcraft (1955 song)
    Witchcraft is a song composed by Dave Bartholomew and Pearl King which was an R&B hit in 1955 for The Spiders which was covered in 1963 by Elvis Presley.
  • Witchcraft (1957 song)
    "Witchcraft" is a popular song from 1957 composed by Cy Coleman with lyrics by Carolyn Leigh. It was released as a single by Frank Sinatra, and reached number six in the U.S., spending sixteen weeks on the charts.
  • Without Him
    How Great Thou Art is the twenty-eighth studio album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo in February 1967. Recording sessions took place at RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee, on May 25, 26, 27, and 28, 1966. It peaked at No. 18 on the Top Pop Albums chart.
  • Wolf Call
    Girl Happy is the twenty-second album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3338, in March 1965 — the March 1 date is disputed.
  • Woman Without Love
    Today is a studio album by American musician Elvis Presley, released on May 7, 1975 by RCA Records. The Today sessions were held in RCA's Studio C, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, March 10–12, 1975, and marked the last time Presley would record in a studio.
  • Wonderful World (Elvis Presley song)
    "Wonderful World" is a 1968 song written by Guy Fletcher and Doug Flett and sung by Elvis Presley in the film Live a Little, Love a Little, released in October 1968.
  • Wooden Heart Wooden Heart
    "Wooden Heart" is a song best known for its use in the 1960 Elvis Presley film G.I. Blues.
  • Yoga Is As Yoga Does
    Easy Come, Easy Go is a 1967 American musical film comedy starring Elvis Presley. Hal Wallis produced the film for Paramount Pictures, and it was his final movie for Elvis Presley. The film co-starred Dodie Marshall, Pat Harrington, Jr., Pat Priest, Elsa Lanchester and Frank McHugh.
  • You Ask Me To
    "You Ask Me To" is a song written by Billy Joe Shaver and Waylon Jennings. It was originally recorded by Jennings on his 1973 album Honky Tonk Heroes. This record spent fifteen weeks on the Billboard country singles charts, reaching a peak of number eight.
  • You Can Have Her
    "You Can Have Her" is a song written by Bill Cook and charted by Roy Hamilton in 1961 and Sam Neely in 1974. It has also been recorded by Elvis Presley.
  • You Can't Say No In Acapulco
    Fun in Acapulco is the nineteenth album by Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2756, in November 1963 – the November 1 date is disputed.
  • You Don't Have to Say You Love Me You Don't Have to Say You Love Me
    "You Don't Have to Say You Love Me" is a 1966 hit recorded by English singer Dusty Springfield that proved to be her most successful hit single, reaching number one on the UK Singles Chart and number four on the Billboard Hot 100; the song subsequently charted in the UK via remakes by Elvis...
  • You Don't Know Me (Eddy Arnold song) You Don't Know Me (Eddy Arnold song)
    "You Don't Know Me" is a song written by Cindy Walker based on a title and storyline given to her by Eddy Arnold in 1955. "You Don't Know Me" was first recorded by Arnold that year and released as a single on April 21, 1956 on RCA Victor.
  • You Gave Me a Mountain
    "You Gave Me a Mountain" is a song written by country singer-songwriter Marty Robbins during the 1960s. It has been recorded by many artists, including Robbins himself, but the highest-charting version of the song was by Frankie Laine in 1969.
  • You Gotta Stop
    Easy Come, Easy Go is a 1967 American musical film comedy starring Elvis Presley. Hal Wallis produced the film for Paramount Pictures, and it was his final movie for Elvis Presley. The film co-starred Dodie Marshall, Pat Harrington, Jr., Pat Priest, Elsa Lanchester and Frank McHugh.
  • You'll Be Gone You'll Be Gone
    "You'll Be Gone" is a song co-written by Elvis Presley and published by Elvis Presley Music and released in 1965 on the Girl Happy soundtrack album and as a 45 single.
  • You'll Think of Me (Elvis Presley song)
    "You'll Think of Me" is a song by Elvis Presley from his 1969 double album From Memphis to Vegas / From Vegas to Memphis.
  • Young and Beautiful (Elvis Presley song)
    Young and Beautiful is a song written by Aaron Schroeder and Abner Silver. It was performed by Elvis Presley as the last song of the 1957 film Jailhouse Rock.
  • Young Dreams
    King Creole is the sixth album by Elvis Presley, issued by RCA Victor, LPM 1884 in mono in September 1958, recorded in four days at Radio Recorders in Hollywood. It contains songs written and recorded expressly for the film, and peaked at number two on the Billboard Top Pop Albums chart.
  • Your Cheatin' Heart Your Cheatin' Heart
    "Your Cheatin' Heart" is a song written and recorded by country music singer-songwriter Hank Williams in 1952, regarded as one of country's most important standards. Country music historian Colin Escott writes that "the song - for all intents and purposes - defines country music."
  • You're a Heartbreaker
    "You're a Heartbreaker" is a song recorded by Elvis Presley in December 1954 during the fourth of Presley's now-legendary eight sessions at Memphis' Sun Studio. The recording was released as Presley's third single on the Sun label, whose B-side was a cover of Kokomo Arnold's "Milkcow Blues Boogie".
  • (You're So Square) Baby I Don't Care (You're So Square) Baby I Don't Care
    " Baby I Don't Care" is a song written in 1957 by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller for the film Jailhouse Rock starring singer and musician Elvis Presley.
  • You're the Boss
    Lyricist Jerome "Jerry" Leiber and composer Mike Stoller were American songwriting and record producing partners. They found initial successes as the writers of such crossover hit songs as "Hound Dog" and "Kansas City".
  • (You're the) Devil in Disguise (You're the) Devil in Disguise
    " Devil in Disguise" is a 1963 single by Elvis Presley which was written by the songwriters Bill Giant, Bernie Baum and Florence Kaye. It was published by Elvis Presley Music in June 1963.
  • You're the Only Star in My Blue Heaven
    You're the Only Star in My Blue Heaven is a song written by Gene Autry and recorded by The Delmore Brothers and Roy Acuff. It was also recorded by Elvis Presley and Jerry Lee Lewis during the Million Dollar Quartet sessions at Sun Recording Studios.
  • Your Love's Been a Long Time Coming
    Promised Land is a 1975 album by Elvis Presley on RCA Records. It was recorded in December 1973 at Stax Records studios in Memphis and released on Presley's 40th birthday.
  • Your Time Hasn't Come Yet, Baby
    Speedway is the thirty-second album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3989, in May 1968 — the May 1 date is disputed. It serves as the soundtrack album for the 1968 film Speedway starring Presley.

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