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That's All Right
Elvis Presley Lyrics


Well, that's alright now mama
That's alright with you
That's alright now mama, just anyway you do
That's alright, that's alright
That's alright now mama, anyway you do

Well mama, she done told me, papa done told me too
"Son, that gal you're foolin' with
She ain't no good for you"
But that's alright now, that's alright
That's alright now mama, anyway you do

I'm leaving town, baby
I'm leaving town for sure
Well, then you won't be bothered with me hanging 'round your door
Well, that's alright, that's alright
That's alright now mama, anyway you do

Ah dala dee dee deelee
Dee dee deelee
Dee dee deelee, I need your lovin'

That's alright
That's alright now mama, anyway you do

Lyrics © Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
Written by: Arthur Crudup

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Jackson Azevedo

Well, that's all right, mama
That's all right for you
That's all right mama, just anyway you do
Well, that's all right, that's all right
That's all right now mama, anyway you do

Mama she done told me
Papa done told me too
'Son, that gal your foolin' with
She ain't no good for you
But, that's all right, that's all right
That's all right now mama, anyway you do

I'm leaving town, baby
I'm leaving town for sure
Well, then you won't be bothered with
Me hanging 'round your door
Well, that's all right, that's all right
That's all right now mama, anyway you do



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Well, that's all right now mama
That's all right with you
That's all right now mama, just anyway you do
That's all right, that's all right
That's all right now mama, anyway you do

Well mama, she done told me, papa done told me too
"Son, that gal you're foolin' with
She ain't no good for you"
But that's all right now, that's all right
That's all right now mama, anyway you do

I'm leaving town, baby
I'm leaving town for sure
Well, then you won't be bothered with me hanging 'round your door
Well, that's all right, that's all right
That's all right now mama, anyway you do

Ah dala dee dee deelee
Dee dee deelee
Dee dee deelee, I need your lovin'

That's all right, 
That's all right now mama, anyway you do



Chaseme

On the night of July 7, 1954, Memphis disc jockey Dewey Phillips played a brand-new recording of the song “That’s All Right” sung by 19-year-old Elvis Presley, who lived there in Memphis. Right away, listeners starting calling, demanding that he play it again, asking exactly what kind of music it was – blues? rock ’n’ roll? – and wanting to know more about the singer.

Dewey played the song fourteen times that night. During one break, he called the Presley home, wanting to get Elvis down to the studio for an interview. Elvis, who’d been told that his record might be on the radio, had been too nervous to listen. “I thought people would laugh at me,” he later explained. So he’d gone to the movies.

Dewey asked his mother to find him, saying, “I played that record of his, and them birdbrain phones haven’t stopped ringing since.” Mr. and Mrs. Presley hurried to the theater, searched the dark rows, found their son, and hustled the boy off to WHBQ for the interview.

As a child, Elvis Presley soaked up gospel music at church. He listened to country music on The Grand Ole Opry radio show, blues singers on the streets of Memphis, spirituals at tent revivals, symphony orchestra concerts in the park, opera on the family’s wind-up Victrola.

“What kind of singer are you?” the manager of a Memphis recording studio asked him when he made his very first record. “Aw, I sing all kinds,” he answered. “Who do you sound like?” she  pressed. “I don’t sound like nobody,” he insisted.

His answer was more than youthful boasting. Presley’s unabashedly original style embraced all kinds of American music and crossed all borders of race, class, and region. As biographers have noted, that democratic principle of his music helped win legions of fans.

— by Bill Bennett and John T.E. Cribb, The American Patriot’s Daily Almanac



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Mia Fink

I think this guy’s gonna be a legend. He has potential

Killian

No shit

Paul Wright

AMEN 🙏❤️

Antonio McCoy

Lol nice

Brody Iceman

Was

Kolty38

He already is 😂

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Roadglide

This song started it all. A legend was born.

Keegan Bluegrass

@Devin Bret all those people also did covers, Mama Thortons hit hound dog was written by two Jews from New York. Cover artists exist, cry about it.

Eio

@Devin Bret Suffer me, suffer us! We are not so insufferable. We just abhor all the Elvis denigration due to race. Elvis always claimed he didn’t dance. If he liked a sound, just like you and me, he emulated the parts he liked and often far exceeded the skills of other artists he listened to. That’s one of the reasons he attained the heights of success few others have. He also was a kind, generous and humble man, giving credit where credit was due. Why can’t you Elvis haters target the real evils of the music industry instead of poor folk, like Elvis and other up and coming artists trying to make it in an industry filled with wolves, mafia and swindlers? It wasn’t easy for anyone who didn’t have serious legal and managerial protections in place. Give Elvis and his admirers a break.

Devin Bret

@Eio Elvis did not come up with those moves or the singing on his own. He went to juke joints he listened to race records... You Elvis fans are insufferable.

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