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Thrill of your love

COVERED BY ELVIS

Thrill Of Your Love


recording year: 1958
originally by: Carl McVoy


originally written by: Kesler
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Lyrics And Music



recording date elvis: Monday, 4 April 1960; Studio
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Stan Kesler wrote five songs recorded by Elvis: "I'm Right, You're Left, She's Gone," "I Forgot To Remember To Forget," "If I'm A Fool For Loving You," "Playing For Keeps" and this gospel-like "Thrill Of Your Love." Carl McVoy was an older cousin of Jerry Lee Lewis and seems to have given him some early piano-playing lessons! His 1958 version of "Thrill Of Your Love" was called "A Woman's Love" and remained unissued at the time, but has since appeared on compilations.






















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