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Elvis Presley - Love Me Tender - EPA 4006 - 7" 4Trk EP
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Elvis Presley - Love Me Tender




Label: RCA Victor

EPA 4006

Format: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, EP
Record is VG+ has light marks
Cover VG++ clean ( see pic)

Country: Canada Issue

Released: Nov 1956

Genre: Pop, Stage & Screen

Style: Soundtrack, Theme, Ballad



Tracklist




A1 Love Me Tender


A2 Let Me



B1 Poor Boy


B2 We're Gonna Move



Credits

Written-By– Elvis Presley, Ken Darby, Vera Matson


Notes


"Love Me Tender" is based on the Civil War ballad "Aura Lee", with new lyrics by "Ken Darby". Darby, in fact, wrote all of the soundtrack songs, but credited them to his wife, "Vera Matson", while the Colonel cut his publishing company, Hill & Range, in on the royalties by further crediting the writing to Presley as well. This was a somewhat common practice in the 1950s
(Source Wikipedia)


Elvis Presley - Love Me Tender (End Scene)

When I saw the movie and the ending it made me cry because all the songs and happiness elvis had ended when he died in the movie and in real life




Elvis Presley - We're Gonna Move.

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