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It was released by RCA Victor in mono, LPM 1515, in July 1957 to accompany his first starring film, Loving You (1957). .

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Original Lyrics. Presley was born in Tupelo, Mississippi, and relocated to Memphis, Tennessee, with his family when he. .

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Soundtrack album (1957) / complete chords and lyrics / suggestions for chord voicings and some tabs for prominent instrumental parts.

Loving You (Original Soundtrack) is the first soundtrack album by American rock and roll singer Elvis Presley, released on July 1, 1957, via RCA Victor. .

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Makes no difference where I go or what I do.
You know that I'll always be loving you.

Accompanied by guitarist Scotty Moore and the Jordanaires, he sounds thoroughly jazzed up in "Mean Woman Blues," "Hot Dog," " (Let's Have A) Party," and, especially "Got a Lot O' Livin' To Do!" The studio add-ons, like "Don't Leave.

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You know that I'll always be loving you. . .

If I'm seen with someone new, Don't be blue, don't be blue. (Jerry Leiber - Mike Stoller) I will spend my whole life through. I Can’t Stop Loving You Lyrics. . It was featured on his 1957 album Loving You.

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I will spend my whole life through Loving you Just loving you Winter, summer Springtime, too Loving you Loving you Makes no difference Where I go or what I do You know that I'll always be Loving you Just you and If I'm seen with someone new Don't be blue Don't you be blue I'll be faithful I'll be true Always true True to you There is only one for me And you know who You know that I'll always. .

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Loving You is a song interpreted by Elvis Presley, released on the album Loving You in 1957.