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I'll never stand in your way

COVERED BY ELVIS

I'll Never Stand In Your Way
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recording date elvis: Monday 4 january 1954;studio
first release:


originally by: Ernie Lee

recording date: 2 february 1953
originally written by: fred rose; hy heath
catalognumber: k-11613
label: mgm



Fred Rose and Hy Heath wrote "I'll Never Stand In Your Way" in 1953, the same year that Ernie Lee and Joni James, amongst others, recorded the number. James's version was released some days before that of Lee, in November 1953, but Ernie Lee's recording carries an earlier matrix number (53S6023, as opposed to 53S6074), so was probably recorded first. On January 4, 1954, Elvis visited the Memphis Recording Service to make his second personal recording, coupling "I'll Never Stand In Your Way" with "It Wouldn't Be The Same Without You."
It is possible that Elvis recorded "I'll Never Stand In Your Way" at Sun Records, but this has not been confirmed.


I'll Never Stand In Your Way
performed by:
Ernie Lee

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If you found someone new,
who means more than me to you.
I'll never stand in your way

If you feel we must part,
don't let pity rule your heart
I'll never stand in your way

I love you much too much to ever lose you
But what is to be will be and I'll obey

I'll be blue when you go
but I'll never let it show.
I'll never stand in your way

( instrumental )

I loved you much too much to ever lose you
But what is to be will be and I'll obey

I'll be blue when you go,
but I'll never let it show
Darling I'll never stand in your way





I'll Never Stand In Your Way

performed by:
Elvis presley

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If you found someone new,
who means more than me to you.
I'd never stand in your way

If you feel we must part,
don't let pity rule your heart
I'll never stand in your way

I love you much too much to ever lose you
But what is to be will be and I'll obey

I'll be blue when you go,
but I'll never let it show.
I'd never stand in your way

I loved you much too much to ever lose you
But what is to be will be and I'll obey

I'll be blue when you go,
but I'll never let it show
I'd never stand in your way


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