Rare Footage Shows Elvis Singing This In 1962! This Left Me Nostalgic!

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What else is there to even say? Elvis is simply immortal!

Michael Jackson got his moves from Elvis, the gyrating of the hips, touching the crocth, swaying of the arms, clicking of fingers, the twisting of thighs, kicking of legs, and stamping of the feet!

That’s Elvis. As John Lennon said: before Elvis, there was nothing. So watch the video beow and enjoy!

My favorite Elvis song! I have loved Elvis Presley from the first time had heard his song. He was so charming, funny and very talented. «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.

Recorded on March 27, 1962, at Radio Recorders in Hollywood, it is about a man sending a letter by post to his girlfriend after an argument. She continually writes «return to sender» and he keeps receiving the letter with various reasons for returning to sender, including «address unknown» and «no such person». He keeps mailing letters, refusing to believe the relationship is over. Presley performed «Return to Sender» in the film Girls! Girls! Girls!

Featuring Presley’s longtime cohorts Scotty Moore on guitar and D.J. Fontana on drums as well as Barney Kessel on electric guitar, Tiny Timbrell on acoustic guitar, Ray Siegal on double bass, , Dudley Brooks on piano, Boots Randolph on baritone saxophone, and the Jordanaires on backing vocals, augmented by various session musicians, including drummer Hal Blaine, the song features an opening saxophone bar.

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