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Elvis Presley’s Unforgettable Ballad: ‘Always On My Mind

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The song “Always on My Mind” was written by Wayne Carson, Johnny Christopher, and Mark James, and was first recorded by Brenda Lee in 1972. It was released as a single in June of that year, but was not a commercial success.

In March 1972, Elvis Presley recorded his own version of the song. It was released as the B-side to his single “Separate Ways” in November 1972, and reached number 16 on the Billboard Country Singles chart. Presley’s version of the song was a more soulful and emotive rendition than Lee’s original, and it has since become one of his most popular and beloved songs.

In 1982, Willie Nelson recorded his own version of “Always on My Mind,” which became the biggest hit of his career. Nelson’s version of the song reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and won the Country Music Association Award for Song of the Year.

“Always on My Mind” has since been covered by many other artists, including Pet Shop Boys, Bon Jovi, and Celine Dion. It remains one of the most popular and enduring love songs of all time.

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Elvis Presley’s version of “Always on My Mind” is particularly significant because it was recorded during a difficult time in his personal life. He had recently separated from his wife, Priscilla, and the song’s lyrics of regret and longing resonated deeply with him. Presley’s performance of the song is raw and emotional, and it conveys his deep love and longing for his estranged wife.

“Always on My Mind” is a timeless love song that has been covered by many artists over the years, but Elvis Presley’s version remains the definitive recording. It is a song that speaks to the universal human experience of love, loss, and regret.

Let’s enjoy the song through the video!

For an immersive experience of Elvis Presley’s “Always on My Mind” check out the official video. Let the King’s soulful voice transport you to a realm of musical brilliance.


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