Elvis Presley Are You Lonesome Tonight? Live at the '68 Comeback SpecialBuy/listen: https://Elvis.lnk.to/68ComebackSpecial!ayltAbout the track:For his 1968.. Tell me dear, are you lonesome tonight? I wonder if you're lonesome tonight You know someone said that the world's a stage And each must play a part Fate had me playing in love you as my sweet heart Act one was when we met, I loved you at first glance You read your line so cleverly and never missed a cue Then came act two, you seemed to change. The 1969 laughing version is the only version known in which Elvis used the bald head lyric. And it was in fact recorded officially by RCA, not unofficia.. Elvis Aaron Presley (January 8, 1935 - August 16, 1977) 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.Presley was born in Tupelo, Mississippi, and relocated to Memphis, Tennessee, with his family when he was 13 years old
Play Are You Lonesome Tonight? (Laughing) Song by Elvis Presley from the album The Essential Elvis Presley. Listen Are You Lonesome Tonight? (Laughing) song online free on Gaana.com Tell me dear, are you lonesome tonight? I wonder if you're lonesome tonight You know someone said that the world's a stage And each of us must play a part Fate had me playing in love with you as my sweetheart Act one was where we met I loved you at first glance You read your line so cleverly and never missed a cue Then came act two, you seemed. In 1982 this laughing version was a radio hit in the United Kingdom and reached number 25 on the British Singles Chart. Presley included the song in his 1972 documentary, Elvis on Tour, and the 1977 CBS special Elvis in Concert. On March 27, 1992, the RIAA certified Are You Lonesome Tonight? double platinum (Laughing Version) from Elvis Presley's The Complete Elvis Presley Masters for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Watch the video for Are You Lonesome Tonight? Playing via Spotify Playing via YouTub
ELVIS CRACKS UP LAUGHING Are You Lonesome Tonight? was originally written by Lou Handman and Roy Turk in 1926, but was covered by Elvis and released in April 1960. It reached number 1 on the UK singles chart, Cash. At a 1969 concert, Elvis changes some lyrics to a song, but it's one audience member's reaction that gives him giggles! After signing a contract to perform at the International Hotel in Las Vegas, Elvis Presley appeared in August to a full house. Are You Lonesome Tonight was always a crowd favorite, and sometimes Elvis got a little silly with his crowd when he was in a playful mood . We never get her side of the story, but can surmise that he's the one left cold and lonely. This song.
If you are an Elvis fan and don't have the laughing version of Are You Lonesome Tonight, I would buy this album just as I did. It is a smaller sized album with only 3 songs on the album/5(22). Repl Crackin 4 discs full of Elvis love songs.15 tracks on each cd,most tracks from the 60s but disc 1 and 4 are 50s and 70s.well worth the spend,a nice cheap collection and good sound worth every penny for 4 discs,ignore the other write ups im telling you this is a fantastic compilation of great Elvis love songs
Are You Lonesome Tonight ~ Laughing. Pics of Elvis' great smile and laugh. This is from a Vegas show, where story has it that a man in the audience was messing around with his toupee For those who don't care too much about the charts, these detailed reproductions are real gems to collect on either CD-single, vinyl (or both ). Quiz! Courtesy of BMG Nederland you can win a copy of Elvis' single Are You Lonesome Tonight, simply use the banner in the left menu on our portal G7 G7 C - G7 Tell me dear are you lonesome tonight. (spoken : ) C Em Am I wonder if you are lonesome tonight. You know someone said that the world is a stage, C C7 and you must play a part. F Fate had me playing in love with you as my sweetheart. G Act one was when I met you, I loved you at first glanc Print and download Are You Lonesome Tonight? sheet music by Elvis Presley. Sheet music arranged for Piano/Vocal/Guitar in C Major (transposable). SKU: MN008481 G7 Does your memory stray, to a brighter summer day G7 Gaug C When I kissed you and called you sweetheart? C7 F Do the chairs in your parlor seem empty and bare? D7 G Do you gaze at your doorstep, and picture me there? C Em D7 Is your heart filled with pain, shall I come back again? Dm7 G7 C Gaug Tell me dear, are you lonesome tonight
Are You Lonesome Tonight? was written in 1926 and has been covered by various artists since that date. Even Al Jolson recorded it in 1950. Elvis covered it in 1960. He was reluctant but was persuaded by his manager. Colonel Tom Parker, it being one of his wife's favourite songs Dutch Chart Are You Lonesome Tonight? Released: Nov. 1, 1960 The final recordings (and third single) to be released from the Elvis Is Back sessions became their biggest seller, with 1.8 million sales in the U.S. alone
(Laughing Version) (Live at The International Hotel, Las Vegas, NV - 8/26/69 Midnight Show) by Elvis Presley on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon.com. Are You Lonesome Tonight View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1980 Vinyl release of Are You Lonesome Tonight? on Discogs Do you gaze at your doorstep and picture me there? Is your heart filled with pain, shall I come back again? Tell me dear, are you lonesome tonight? I wonder if you're lonesome tonight. You know someone said that the world's a stage. And each must play a part. Fate had me playing in love you as my sweet heart While singing Are You Lonesome Tonight, Elvis started laughing. He may have been amused by the sight of a man in the front row who removed his toupee during the song. In his biography of Elvis Presley, Peter Guralnick writes that it was the sound of background singer Cissy Houston, mother of Whitney, that got Elvis laughing Are You Lonesome Tonight? är en sång med musik av Lou Handman och text av Roy Turk.  Den publicerades första gången 1926 , och är mest känd från en inspelning av Elvis Presley som utgavs 1960