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Sentimental Me

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(Cassin / Morehead)

 

Information:
Sentimental Me was written by Jimmy Cassin and Jim Morehead and popularized by the Ames Brothers (Coral 60140) in 1950. Their recording reached #3 on Billboard's Best-Selling Singles chart and became a million-seller. The flip side of Sentimental Me was the enormously successful Rag Mop. Other popular recordings of Sentimental Me in 1950 included those of Russ Morgan (Decca 24904) and Ray Anthony (Capitol 923).

 

Elvis recorded Sentimental Me on March 13, 1961, at RCA's Nashville studios.

 

Lyrics:


Sentimental me, g
uess I’ll always will be
So in love with you, say you love me too, sentimental me
Dreaming while I live, living just to give
All my love to you, no one else will do, sentimental me

1. Reaching for the moon and wishing on the stars
On my honeymoon I want to be where you are
Darling, can't you see it was meant to be
I'm in love with you, say you love me too, sentimental me

1. (repeat)


Where it was released:

Released for the fist time on Something for Everybody (1961) »


LPs/CDs:

- Something For Everybody (1961) »

- Separate Ways (1973) »
- Separate Ways (1975) »
– Pickwick Pack (1978) »

- The Elvis Presley Collection, Volume 2 (1979) »

– Something for Everybody (1981) »

- From Nashville to Memphis – The Essential 60’s Masters (1993)

- Forever in Love (1997)

- Legendary Elvis Presley (2000)

- Fame and Fortune (2002) – FTD »

- Something For Everybody (2006) - FTD

- Separate Ways (2007)

- Memphis to Nashville '61 (2014) - FTD »

– The Something For Everybody Sessions (2020) - FTD »

 

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