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March 08, 2011

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Ray

Elvis ha avuto tutto quello che una r'n'r star potesse desiderare:look simpatia,grandi musicisti ,e la sua voce e il suo strumming sulla chitarra naturalmente senza dimenticare gli altri grandi artisti del periodo che,come giustamente hai detto sono stati meno fortunati di lui mancando precocemente.Thank you Elvis!

Ed Leimbacher

Corporal Presley to a certain Miss Pris: "Hey, little sister, are you lonesome tonight? I'm just a soldier boy, but I'm coming home with something for everybody, and I want you with me. I'm stuck on you. Please reconsider, baby, and make me know it. The thrill of your love on such a night... in your arms, anything that's part of you, it feels so right. Darlin', it's now or never. Surrender..."

Hmmm, do I detect a pattern here?

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