Music Trivia Questions – Elvis Presley Lyrics

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“You know someone said that the worlds a stage”, is a line from which Elvis song?

Answer: Are You Lonesome Tonight

The song originally made its debut in 1926, but it was covered and re-released by Elvis in 1960. Roy Turk wrote the lyrics and the music was composed by Lou Handman. When Elvis did the song, he based it loosely on a speech written by Shakespeare, from the play “As You Like It.” Elvis’ version was one of the biggest selling songs of the year. It reached number 1 on the billboards where it stayed for six weeks.

Which Elvis song contains this line? “Would it be a sin?”

Answer: Can’t Help Falling in Love

Originally written by Luigi Creatore, Hugo Peretti and George Weiss, it was rewritten so that it could be used in the movie Blue Hawaii. The song can also be heard in the movie Coyote Ugly. Elvis released his version of “Can’t Help Falling in Love” on the 1st of October 1961. It was the B-side of the single, Rock-A-Hula Baby.

“My pillow still wet from last night’s tears” is a line from which famous Elvis recording?

Answer: Don’t Cry Daddy

Written by Mac Davis, Elvis first recorded this song in 1969. The song was released as a single with Rubberneckin’ on the B-side. Interestingly enough, Elvis’ daughter, Lisa Marie Presley also recorded this song, which included pre-recorded parts from Elvis, as part of a tribute concert in 1997.

If you wanted to hear the line, “Do we simply turn out heads and look the other way” what Elvis tune would you have to listen to?

Answer: In The Ghetto

Mac Davis wrote this song under the title of “The Vicious Circle”. Elvis recorded and released this song in 1969. It was released as a single with the song “Any Day Now” by Burt Bacharach and Bob Hilliard on the B-side. Recorded in Memphis, Tennessee at the American Sound Studio, Elvis also recorded the songs Kentucky Rain and Suspicious Minds during the same session.

“Take me to your heart”, is a line from which classic Elvis song?

Answer: Love Me Tender

Love Me Tender is an adaptation of the song Aura Lee, which was written By George Poulton and W.W. Fosdick. Aura Lee was a US Civil War ballad that made its debut in 1861. Elvis preformed the song on the Ed Sullivan show in September of 1956 shortly before his version of the song was released on vinyl.

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