I´m Yours - Elvis Presley - Pot Luck (CD)


  1. I’m Yours (take 2) I’m Yours (take 4) I’m Yours (take 5) That’s Someone You Never Forget (take 5) That’s Someone You Never Forget (take 7) Pot Luck - Elvis Presley FTD CD Follow That Dream CD and Book Reviews. Elvis Shop > Elvis Presley CD's > Elvis Presley FTD CD's > Elvis Classic Albums.
  2. The song was recorded by Elvis Presley on June 26, , at RCA's Nashville studios, and released on the album, Pot Luck with Elvis, on June 5, It was published by Elvis Presley's publishing company Gladys Music, Inc.
  3. I'm Yours Lyrics: My love I offer you now / My heart and all it can give / For just as long as I live I'm yours / No arms but yours dear will do / My lips will always be true / My eyes can only see.
  4. "I'm Yours" is song recorded by Elvis Presley which appeared on the Pot Luck with Elvis album. The recording was released as a single in It was written by Don Robertson and Hal Blair.
  5. Pot Luck Elvis Presley Rock · Preview SONG TIME (Such An) Easy Question. 4. PREVIEW Steppin' Out of Line. 5. PREVIEW I'm Yours. 6. Elvis' Christmas Album If I Can Dream: Elvis with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra The Complete Million Dollar Quartet (Deluxe Edition).
  6. Pot Luck CD music Potluck presents early 60s Elvis in his element--in the studio--before the movies & the music became assembly line. Pot Luck buy CD music Delivering rockers & ballads and a couple in-between PotLuck doesnt disappoint.
  7. Pot Luck With Elvis Wikipedia article Album by Elvis Presley. Kiss Me Quick Just for Old Time Sake Gonna Get Back Home Somehow (Such An) Easy Question Steppin' Out of Line I'm Yours Something Blue Suspicion I Feel That I've Known You Forever Night Rider Fountain of Love That's Someone You Never Forget Bonus tracks on reissueI Met Her TodayShe's Not .
  8. Nov 22,  · Next to “Mama! Mama! Mama!” (a.k.a. “Girls! Girls! Girls!”) FTD released a 2CD version of the album ”Pot Luck with Elvis”. Design. The sleeve contains next to the original cover art the nice publicity shot we used earlier this week as picture of the week. As usual the 2 CDs represent the labels of sides 1 and 2 of the original.

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