Elvis Presley - Return To Sender / Where Do You Come From? album flac
Title: Return To Sender / Where Do You Come From?
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Where Do You Come From" is a song first recorded by Elvis Presley as part of the soundtrack for his 1962 motion picture Girls! Girls! Girls!. It was subsequently rejected for use in the motion picture and did not appear in the film, but was included on its soundtrack album Girls! Girls! Girls!. The song was published by Elvis Presley Music, Inc. It was written by Ruth Bachelor and Bob Roberts.
Complete your Elvis Presley With The Jordanaires collection. Note sleeve "Elvis Sings Where Do You come from and Return to Sender - record has Return to Sender on side one and where do you come from on side 2. hence the rarity of this record. Reply Notify me Helpful.
Santa Claus Is Back in Town. Or from some distant star? Или с далёкой звезды? Where do you come from? Откуда ты такая? Are you what you seem?
Return to Sender" is a 1962 hit single recorded by American singer Elvis Presley and performed in the film Girls! Girls! Girls! The song was written by Winfield Scott and Otis Blackwell and published by Elvis Presley Music. The song peaked at on the UK Singles Chart, and was the UK Christmas number one of 1962
Album: Girls! Girls! Girls! . More songs from Elvis Presley. More songs written by Otis Blackwell. More songs about unrequited love. More songs from 1962. Lyrics to Return To Sender. Elvis Presley Artistfacts.
Tell me who you are Do you come from another world Or from some distant star? Where do you come from? Are you what you seem? Are you real Are you standing there Or is it just a dream? Tell me more about yourself Do you feel the way I feel? Are you just a vision Or are you really real? Where do you come from? Angel won't you say? Tell me all that there is to know And tell me that you'll stay. Where Do You Come From" Track Info.
Return to Sender" "Where Do You Come From". The song was released on a single as a flip side to "Return to Sender" in October 1962