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I really don't want to know

COVERED BY ELVIS

I Really Don't Want To Know
I'll never get over you

recording year: 23 october 1953
originally by: Eddy Arnold

written by: Don Robertson;Howard Barnes
catalognumber: 47 5525
label: rca victor

Real name: Richard Edward Arnold
Born: May 15, 1918
Died: May 8, 2008
Country: United States






Lyrics And Music



recording date elvis: Sunday 7 june 1970;studio
first release: on audio single I really don't want to know ( december,1970 )
label: rca victor
catalog number: 47 9960




Pianist-composer Don Robertson was born in Peking in 1922 his father was head of the Department of Medicine at Peking Union Medical College. His mother taught him to play piano from the age of four. His piano-playing style was a major influence in Nashville during the fifties and his writing produced numerous country successes for a plethora of artists. He even scored a big hit hit of his own with "Happy Whistler" in 1956. Robertson cut a demo of "I Really Don't Want To Know" in 1953, and it was then officially recorded by Eddy Arnold on 23 October of that same year (a recording made in September has not been released). It went on to reach number 2 in the US Country charts in 1954. Eddy Arnold died in May 2008

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