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You'll be gone

COVERED BY ELVIS

You'll Be Gone


recording date elvis: Sunday, 18 March 1962; Studio
first release:


originally by: Charles Walters And June Knight

recording year: 1935
originally written by: Presley;Hodge;West
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Cole Porter wrote the number "Begin The Beguine" in the early thirties, basing it on a dance from Martinique. It seems that this was his favourite song. Elvis liked the number, too, but there were problems involved with him recording it, so he decided to rewrite it, which he promptly did, with the help of friends Charlie Hodge and Red West. The tune was also changed, but elements of the Cole Porter "original" (heck, even he wasn't original!) can clearly be heard


You'll Be Gone
performed by:
Charles Walters And June Knight

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You'll Be Gone
performed by:
Elvis Presley

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