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You can have her ( i don't want her )

COVERED BY ELVIS

You Can Have Her - You Can Have Her ( I Don't Want Her )
abide with me


recording date elvis: Saturday, 11 May 1974; Concert
first release:


originally by: Roy Hamilton

recording date: 28 november 1960
release date: january 1961
originally written by: Bill Cook
catalognumber: 5 9434
label: epic

Born: April 16, 1929
Died: July 20, 1969
Country: United States



Bill Cook, who wrote this number, was Roy Hamilton's manager. This was Roy Hamilton's last hit. He recorded it on 28 November 1960 and it was released together with "Abide With Me," also written by Cook, on Epic 9434 in late 1960 or early 1961. Hamilton died in 1969, aged just 40, following a stroke. He was a great influence on numerous performers, including Jackie Wilson, Roy Brown and The Righteous Brothers.
The version by Elvis was sung during the afternoon show at the Forum, Inglewood, Los Angeles, on 11 May 1974, where it was recorded by a member of the audience.


You Can Have Her ( I Don't Want Her )
performed by:
Roy Hamilton

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You Can Have Her ( I Don't Want Her )
performed by:
Elvis Presley

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