Question of the day

What’s your favorite Elvis song?

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15 Responses to Question of the day

  1. Sue says:

    LOL!!! All I can think of is Jailhouse Rock, but I wouldn’t say I have a favorite Elvis song.

  2. Joy says:

    I love I Can’t Help Falling In Love With You and I also really like Blue Christmas.

  3. shanef says:

    Not a Elvis fan!

  4. LVISS says:

    Quite a lot but I think” Dont cry daddy ” and “Ive lost you” are different from his other numbers.

  5. Jenny says:

    I like I Can’t Help Falling In Love With You…. Had to do some research on this question! lol

  6. Nikki says:

    I can’t help falling in love with you….I just sang that to Jason the other day. He looked at me like I was nuts, and said Elvis sucked! LOL I’m not a fan, per-say but I do think he had a very sexy voice!

  7. kweenmama says:

    Not a big Elvis fan.

  8. SKL says:

    I’m not that big of an Elvis fan, either. I do like Blue Christmas and some of his other slow songs. Didn’t he do a couple about poor little kids? Is he the one who did “In the Ghetto?” Or am I just getting senile?

  9. Joy says:

    Elvis was before my time too but I thought it would be a fun question to ask. I didn’t think there would be so many who’d say they aren’t a fan.

  10. Just a Mom says:

    I love the song “Momma Liked the Roses.” That was my mom’s favorite song and when I hear it I always think of her.

  11. Laura says:

    I don’t have a favorite Elvis song… He was before “my time”, so the music was kind of peripheral to my experience. But… I love his voice. It’s such a smooth, tenor-ish/bari-ish… I don’t know.

    No, that’s not right… I do have a favorite. It was a live performance of “Blue Christmas”, maybe. One where there are women doing serious “wooooo-woooo’s” behind him. Halfway through the performance, he starts to lose it, and laugh. He tries, valiantly, to hold the performance, but in the end, he just gives in to the laughter. For a performer, it’s great to see that happen. Not because, “oh, look, he’s messing up,” but because it shows that even someone as experienced a performer as he was can sometimes just have the emotions take over. It was a very human performance, and I still enjoy hearing it.

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