i'm Left You're Right She's Gone
Elvis Presley Lyrics


Well, you're right, I'm left, she's gone
You're right, and I'm left all alone
Well, you tried to tell me so
But how was I to know
That she was not the one for me?

You told me all along
You're right, our love was so wrong
But now I changed my mind
Because she broke the ties that bind
And I know that she never cared for me

Well, I thought I knew just what she'd do
I guess I'm not so smart
Oh, you tried to tell me all along she'd only break my heart
I'm left, you're right, she's gone
You're right, and I'm left all alone

Well, she's gone I know not where
But now I just don't care
For now I'm falling for you

If you'll forgive me now
I'll make it up somehow
So happy we will be
In a home just for three
And I'll soon forget her now I know

Well, I thought I knew just what she'd do
I guess I'm not so smart
You tried to tell me all along
She'd only break my heart

Well, you're right, I'm left, she's gone
You're right, and I'm left all alone
Well, she's gone, I know not where
But now I just don't care
For now I've fallen for you

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Written by: STANLEY A. KESLER, WILLIAM E. TAYLOR

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David Robinson

GENESIS: Chptr 1, v.1:

Sun 209 - ELVIS PRESLEY (Scotty and Bill)
That's All Right / Blue Moon of Kentucky
July 19, 1954
Sun 210 - ELVIS PRESLEY (Scotty and Bill)
Good Rockin' Tonight / I Don't Care If the Sun Don't Shine
September 22, 1954
Sun 215 - ELVIS PRESLEY (Scotty and Bill)
Milkcow Blues Boogie / You're a Heartbreaker
January 8, 1955
Sun 217 - ELVIS PRESLEY (Scotty and Bill)
I'm Left, You're Right, She's Gone/ Baby Let's Play House
April 25, 1955
Sun 223 - ELVIS PRESLEY (Scotty and Bill)
Mystery Train / I Forgot to Remember to Forget
August 1, 1955



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Scott Bullock

If Elvis never cut another record after those 5 SUN singles, he'd still be the greatest of all time.

Nate

This is the first time I ever heard this. Scotty always blows me away. The word is 'surprising'. He always throws some off the wall lick in that no one could have predicted. He really took chances. He could have played safe and done pentatonic scale licks. But nooooo... he had to do something new.
Elvis was innovative in his vocals and his 'rebellion'. Well, although Scotty doesn't look the part, he was as rebellious as Elvis. Scotty looks like a government bureaucrat but when he picks up the guitar, he becomes James Dean in Rebel Without A Cause. When he throws in his incredible licks, it's like he's shouting to other guitarists, "Top THAT, mofos!".
The sound of his guitar is amazing. And it's not just the instrument, it's his style. The sound is sharp and piercing, but with that Gibson fatness at the bottom that comes from the jazz sound.
I would have loved to have met Scotty just to shake his hand. I guess I'll have to be content just getting lost in his playing.
RIP, dude.

Anders Albrechtsen

Well said. Completely agree. Scotty was amazing.

T.C. Bramblett

he was a true hip cat

Devin Miller

I had the privilege to meet Scotty once.. We talked about guitars an d I mentioned that I didn't think the newer Gibsons were that great. He told me he agreed and said they were pieces of shit (his words). LOL. Besides Chuck Berry and Jimi Hendrix there isn't many who have invfluenced more that came after him.

Kelli In Texas

Scotty often talked the same about Bill Black. He would egg them BOTH on riding the Bass & double slapping

ginny white

my fav picker and boy did he get screwed by Tom Parker

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alanv1988

Such a killer tune! Scotty kills it on this one!

Anthony Wilson

Not only the real beginnings of Rock and Roll - the real beginnings of Creedence Clearwater Revival, too!

Ozzmosisf35

Many rock songs sound similar, especially in the '50s

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