Elvis Presley: 40 Best Deep Cuts (Part 3)

Elvis Presley in 1958

Elvis Presley in 1958

This is Part 3 of a countdown of Elvis Presley’s 40 greatest “deep cuts,” songs that did not appear as singles in the United States during his lifetime. Read Part 2.

#20 Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On (1970)
Elvis Country – I’m 10,000 Years Old

#19 As Long As I Have You (1958)
King Creole

#18 Twenty Days And Twenty Nights (1970)
That’s The Way It Is

#17 When It Rains, It Really Pours (1957)
Elvis For Everyone!

#16 Funny How Time Slips Away (1970)
Elvis Country – I’m 10,000 Years Old

#15 Amazing Grace (1971)
He Touched Me

#14 Run On (1966)
How Great Thou Art – As Sung By Elvis

#13 Tomorrow Never Comes (1970)
Elvis Country – I’m 10,000 Years Old

#12 Power Of My Love (1969)
From Elvis In Memphis

#11 I’ll Be Home On Christmas Day (1971)
Elvis Sings The Wonderful World Of Christmas

To Be Continued . . .

Read Part 4.

2 thoughts on “Elvis Presley: 40 Best Deep Cuts (Part 3)

    • “Young Dreams” is a great song, but, in addition to “As Long As I Have You,” there are a couple other King Creole deep cuts I would rate ahead of it – the title song and “Trouble.”

      I’m surprised “King Creole” wasn’t a single at some point, but “Hard Headed Woman” was a stronger choice in that it was not as tied to the context of the movie. Now, if only the excised footage of “Hard Headed Woman” would show up in the vaults and a release some day.


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