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How's the world treatin' you

COVERED BY ELVIS

how's the world treating you
you get what you pay for ( you pay for what you get )


recording date elvis: Saturday 1 september 1956
first release: on audio album elvis ( october 1956 )
label: rca victor
catalog number: lpm 1382


originally by: The Beaver Valley Sweethearts

year: may 1952
originally written by: Chet Atkins,Boudleaux Bryant
catalognumber: 47 5112
label: rca



No less than Chet Atkins wrote this number, together with Boudleaux Bryant. The Beaver Valley Sweethearts original was released as a single in the first week of January, 1953, on RCA 20-5112 (47-5112), coupled with "You Get What You Pay For (You Pay For What You Get)." (This release was some months before Eddy Arnold recorded his more popular version in March 1953.) The actual recording was probably made in May 1952.
The Beaver Valley Sweethearts consisted of two sisters, Colleen and Donna Wilson.


How"s The World Treating You
performed by:
The Beaver Valley Sweethearts

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How"s The World Treating You
performed by:
Elvis Presley




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