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Sweet Angeline


(Arnold / Martin / Morrow )



Sweet Angeline was written by Chris Arnold, Geoffrey Morrow, and David Martin, and recorded by Elvis on September 24, 1973, at his Palm Springs home, with vocal backing by Voice. The instrumental track had been recorded earlier on July 25, 1973, at Stax Studios in Memphis.



Sweet Angeline, I loved you much more than poets say in rhyme

Just for one short time

1. Sweet Angeline, remember though we've not seen the summer through
I lived only for you
I'm only human and I realize it's no use trying to disguise
My love for you, Angeline, has ended
So, let's be thankful, now not sad
For the little love we've had


1. (repeat)

Where it was released:

Released for the fist time on Raised on Rock 



- Raised on Rock (1973)

- Raised on Rock (2007) FTD

- Our Memories of Elvis, Volume 1, 2 & 3 (2012) - FTD   


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