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Love Letters
Elvis Presley Lyrics


Love letters straight from your heart
Keep us so near while apart
I'm not alone in the night
When I can have all the love you write

I memorize every line
And I kiss the name that you sign
And, darling, then I read again right from the start
Love letters straight from your heart

I memorize every line
And I kiss the name that you sign
And, darlin', then I read again right from the start
Love letters straight from your heart

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group
Written by: Y, AIRELLE BESSON, JOSEPH PATRICK MOUNT

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Ridhwan Nasution

Love letters straight from your heart
Keep us so near while apart
I'm not alone in the night
When I can have all the love you write

I memorize ev'ry line
I kiss the name that you sign
And darlin, then I read again right from the start
Love letters straight from your heart



木倉谷哲也

Lyrics:

Love letters straight from your heart
Keep us so near while apart
I’m not alone in the night
When I can have all the love you write

I memorize every line
And I kiss the name that you sign
And, darling, then I read again right from the start
Love letters straight from your heart

I memorize every line
And I kiss the name that you sign
And, darling, then I read again right from the start
Love letters straight from your heart



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Thor Odinson

One of Elvis' best recordings.  He came along at a time when vocals actually mattered and where talent could actually shine.  I feel really fortunate to have seen him in a live performance in Vegas.  My mother had two framed pictures on our wall -- just two.  One was of JFK and the other was Elvis.  My mom loved music and had a fairly vast LP collection -- Sinatra (of course), Al Jolson, Perry Como, etc., and toward her later years she bought every Elvis album available.  My sister was also a huge fan, so I could hear Elvis in monograph or stereo depending on which room I visited.  It was a trip.  Our small family would make outings to the local theater to watch each new Elvis movie.  I was inundated with Elvis, but I never fully appreciated the guy until I saw him performing live at the Hilton International (when it still existed).  The performance and on-stage presence blew me away.  Today, I'll usually listen to the classics -- Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Mahler, Mozart and so on, but I'll occasionally visit some of the old pop classics from the 60's and this would include Elvis, naturally.  I'm impressed with how many tunes, like "Love Letters" stand up well over the course of time.

craig d

Great memories here. Thanks for sharing them⚡

Bernadette Newsham

Is the Hilton not there anymore? I know they have demolished a lot of the old ones including the Alladin Hotel where Elvis and Priscilla were married.

Judy Townsend

Lord

Scott Fletcher

In the car with my Nan today she's 95 bringing her back from the hospice after visiting my grandad who's really poorly this happened to be playing on the radio she asks me to turn it up and we both listen to every word without saying a word, this song will now always transport me to a happy place just me and my nan happy just for a couple of minutes, thank you elvis

Tim Proudlock

❤❤❤❤❤

Flanker Road

Lovely memory!

Ayub Khan

Beautiful bro..🙏

MDK Sr

Thank You for sharing this story

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Bill Lawlor

Too bad so many of the people I know and meet want only to focus on the Elvis we knew toward the end of his life.  This song, sung when he WAS Elvis, is the true measure of how great a singer he was.  No fancy clothes, no karate moves, no drugs---just pure excellence.

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