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Elvis Presley – Until It’s Time For You To Go

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Until It’s Time For You To Go is a song written by Buffy Sainte-Marie and originally released by her in 1964. It has since been covered by many artists, including Elvis Presley, Neil Diamond, and The Four Pennies.

Elvis Presley’s version of the song was released in 1972 on his album Elvis Now. It peaked at #40 on the US Hot 100 chart and #9 on the US Easy Listening chart.

The song is a ballad about a couple who love each other deeply but cannot be together. The singer asks their lover not to ask why or how, but to simply love them now until it’s time for them to go.

The song’s lyrics are simple but powerful, and Elvis Presley’s vocals are both soulful and heartbreaking. His version of the song is considered to be one of his finest recordings.

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Here are the lyrics of the song: Until It’s Time For You To Go


You’re not a dream, you’re not an angel, you’re a woman
I’m not a king, just a man, take my hand
We’ll make a space in this lives that we planned
And here we’ll stay until it’s time for you to goYes, we’re different worlds apart, we’re not the same
We laughed and played at the start like in a game, oh Lord
You could have stayed outside my heart but in you came
And here you’ll stay until it’s time for you to goDon’t ask why
Don’t ask how
Don’t ask forever
Lord love me, love me, love me, love me now

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This love of mine has no beginning, it has no end
I was an oak now I’m a willow and I can bend
And tho’ I’ll never in my life see you again
Here I stay until it’s time for you to go

Oh yes, I’ll stay until it’s time for you to go

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