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Anything That's Part of You

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(Robertson)

Information:
Don Roberton wrote Anything That's Part Of You for Elvis in early 1961. Elvis recorded the song on October 15, 1961, at RCA's Nashville studios. The single release had an eight-week stay on Billboard's Hot 100 chart, peakinig at #31. It did much better on the Easy-Listening chart, reaching a high of #6. Sales of over a milion copies are claimed for Anything That's Part Of You.

Lyrics:

I memorize the note you sent
Go all the places that we went
I seem to search the whole day through
For anything that's part of you

I kept a ribbon from your hair
A breath of perfume lingers there
It helps to cheer me when I'm blue
Anything that's part of you

Oh, how it hurts to miss you so
When I know you don't love me anymore
To go on needing you
Knowing you don't need me

No reason left for me to live
What can I take, what can I give
When I'd give all of someone new
For anything that's part of you

Where it was released:
First released on single 
 

Singles:

- Good Luck Charm / Anything That's Part Of You (RCA 47-7992) March 1962. Standard release. The picture sleeves came with titles in pink and blue and lavender and rust

- Good Luck Charm / Anything That's Part Of You (RCA 37-7992) March 1962. Compact 33 Single release.

- Good Luck Charm / Anything That's Part Of You (RCA 447-0636) November 1962. Gold Standard Series reissue.

 
LPs/CDs:
- Something For Everybody (1961) 
- Elvis' Golden Records, Volume 3 (1963) 
- Worldwide 50 Gold Award Hits, Volume 1 (1970) 
 Memories of Elvis (1978) 
- Worldwide Gold Award Hits, Parts 3 & 4 (1978) 
- Elvis in Nashville (1988)
- Romantique (1993)
- From Nashville To Memphis - The Essential 60's Masters (1993) 
- Heart And Soul (1995)
- Are You Lonesome Tonight (1997) 
- Forever In Love (1997)
- Long Lonely Highway (2000) - FTD 
- Today, Tomorrow And Forever (2002) 
- Studio B: Nashville Outtakes (2003) - FTD 
- Something for Everybody (2006)  FTD 
 Elvis' Golden Records, Vol. 3 (2015) - FTD 

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