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Elvis Presley – Don’t

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Don’t” is a rock and roll song written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller. It was recorded by Elvis Presley on September 6, 1957, and released as a single on January 6, 1958. The song was a commercial success, reaching number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the United States and number two on the UK Singles Chart.

The song is a plea from a man to his lover not to say “don’t” when he wants to kiss her or hold her. He assures her that his love is true and that he will never leave her.

The song is notable for its catchy melody and Presley’s energetic vocals. It has been covered by many other artists over the years, including Jerry Lee Lewis, The Beatles, and David Bowie.

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Here are the lyrics of the song: “Don’t”


Don’t, don’t, that’s what you say
Each time that I hold you this way
When I feel like this and I want to kiss you
Baby, don’t say don’tDon’t, don’t leave my embrace
For here in my arms is your place
When the night grows cold and I want to hold you
Baby, don’t say don’tIf you think that this is just a game
I’m playing
If you think that I don’t mean
Every word I’m saying
Don’t, don’t, don’t, don’t
Don’t feel that way
I’m your love and yours I will stay

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This you can believe
I will never leave you
Heaven knows I won’t
Baby, don’t say don’t

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