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Love letters-dick brown

COVERED BY ELVIS

Love Letters
are you livin' old man


recording date: february 1945
originally by: Dick Brown with Mac Ceppos and his Orchestra

written by: Victor Young;Edward Heyman
catalognumber: 140
label: guild

Comments: Written for the movie "Love letters".








recording date elvis: Thursday 26 may 1966;studio
first release: on audio single love letters ( 13 june 1966 )
label: rca victor
catalog number: 47 8870




An instrumental version was recorded in jan. 1945 by Victor Young Orchestra for a movie.
It is not confirmed but the original version is probably recorded in feb. 1945 by Dick Brown (Guild 140).
As original version is often mentioned the recording on 02-03-45 by Dick Haymes (Decca 18699).



   

 

Love Letters
performed by: Dick Brown

 
   

 

Love Letters
performed by: Elvis presley

 



Love letters straight from your heart
Keep us so near while apart
I'm not alone in the night
When I can have all the love you write

I memorize ev'ry line
And I kiss the name that you sign
And darlin, then I read again right from the start
Love letters straight,from your heart.

I memorize ev'ry line
And I kiss the name that you sign
And darlin, then I read again right from the start
Love letters straight,from your heart.




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