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Ill Hold You In My Heart - Elvis Presley - The Memphis Record (CD)

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  1. Mar 06,  · "I'll Hold You In My Heart" (Till I Can Hold You in My Arms) ( remix) version from Elvis In The Studio Vol. 5 CD. Recorded by Elvis January 23, ; American Studios - Memphis.
  2. On The Memphis Record, more than even the Sun Sessions, Elvis lets you hear how much was at stake. He bears down, hard, on a collection of soul, country and pop songs, pushing his familiar vocal.
  3. From Elvis In Memphis - Original Album Wearin' That Loved On Look: Only The Strong Survive: I'll Hold You In My Heart (Till I Can Hold You In My Arms) Piano – Elvis Presley: Long Black Limousine: It Keeps Right On A-Hurtin' I'm Movin' On: Power Of My Love:
  4. Standard tuning. G (tacet) G (tacet) I said I'd hold, I said I'd hold, G G7 C I said I'd hold you in my heart 'till I can hold you in my arms G D Like you've never been held before G G7 C Well I'll think of you each day and then I'll dream the night away G D G Oh, 'till you are in my arms once more C G The stars up in the sky, you know they know the reason why Em A D I feel so blue 'cause I'm.
  5. I'll Hold You In My Heart This song is by Elvis Presley and appears on the album From Elvis In Memphis () and on the album The Memphis Record (). This song is a cover of " I'll Hold You In My Heart " by Eddy Arnold. Wikipedia has an article on.
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  7. Well I'll think of you each day and then I'll dream the night away Oh, 'till you are in my arms once more The stars up in the sky, you know they know the reason why I feel so blue 'cause I'm away from you Yeah I'll hold you in my heart 'till I can hold you in my arms Oh darling please wait for me.
  8. The Memphis Record was RCA's first serious effort to assemble the highlights of what is usually called Elvis Presley's comeback, but which, arguably, could be considered the best album sessions of his career. For the first time since the middle to late '50s, he went into the studio without "Colonel" Tom Parker, his manager, in control of the repertoire, and cut songs because they were good and 10/
  9. Apr 18,  · The two tracks from From Elvis In Memphis for which I prefer the original mix are "I'll Hold You In My Heart" and "Long Black Limousine". The EQ on the snare drum on the former is perfect in the original mix. RCA should have tried to match the drum EQ better on the remix.

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