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Loving You – Elvis Presley

September 7, 2021

Today’s song of the day is a classic rock hit called “Loving You” by the famous legend Elvis Presley.

Fun Facts

  • “Loving You” wasn’t actually written by Elvis Presley; Mike Stoller and Jerry Lieber wrote it.
  • Elvis’ 1957 album and movie were both called “Loving You.”
  • The song reached #15 on the U.S. Country Chart when it first hit the music scene in July 1957.
  • After his mother’s death, the same year the movie was released, he never watched his movie, “Loving You,” again.
  • The album “Loving You” was the first soundtrack album Elvis made.
  • Steve Sholes produced the album.
  • Elvis says in the song that if he’s “seen with someone new, don’t be blue don’t be blue, I’ll be faithful, I’ll be true,” he does to restate his love for that one person.
  • When Elvis performed this song, he did it with The Jordanaires, an American vocal quartet and gospel group.
  • Many other talented musicians have done their own cover of Elvis’ “Loving You,” including Paul McCartney, Billy Fury, and Anita Harris.
  • The song is in the musical style of a ballad.
  • Bud Fraker did the photography for the “Loving You” album.

Fun Facts



I will spend my whole life through

Loving you, loving you

Winter, summer, springtime too

Loving you, loving you

Makes no difference where I go or what I do

You know that I’ll always be loving you

Just you and

If I’m seen with someone new

Don’t be blue, don’t you be blue

I’ll be faithful, I’ll be true

Always true, true to you

There is only one for me

And you know who

You know that I’ll always be

Loving you