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Elvis Presley – And I Love You So

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And I Love You So” is a beautiful love song written by Don McLean and released on his first album, “Tapestry,” in 1970. It has been covered by many artists over the years, but the most famous version is the one recorded by Elvis Presley in 1975.

Presley’s version of “And I Love You So” was released on his album “Today.” It was a huge hit, reaching number one on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart and number seven on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The song also became a staple of Presley’s live shows until his death in 1977.

The song is a simple but powerful expression of love. The lyrics speak of the joy and contentment that comes from being loved by another person. The song also conveys the singer’s deep appreciation for their lover’s love.

Presley’s rendition of “And I Love You So” is one of the most popular and enduring love songs ever recorded. His passionate and soulful vocals perfectly capture the emotion of the lyrics. The song is a timeless classic that continues to be enjoyed by people of all ages.

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Here are the lyrics of the song: And I Love You So


And I love you so,
The people ask me how,
How I’ve lived till now
I tell them I don’t knowI guess they understand
How lonely life has been
But life began again
The day you took my handAnd yes I know how lonely life can be
Shadows follow me
The night won’t set me free
But I don’t let the evening get me down
Now that you’re around me

And you love me too
Your thoughts are just for me
You set my spirit free
I’m happy that you do

The book of life is brief
Once the page is read
All but love is dead
This is my believe

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