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      You'll Think Of Me

      You'll Think Of Me

      Elvis Presley

      Album: The Essential 60s Masters I, CD4

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      Elvis Presley - You'll Think Of Me Música y Letra

      I'm sorry now girl, but I must leave you
      There's something deep inside my soul keeps calling me
      The winter wind girl, will not deceive you
      
      And in your cold and empty bed
      You'll think of me, oh yes
      You'll think of me
      
      You'll see me coming, you'll see me going
      Don't ask me why, I'm just the kind needs to be free
      Just like that outlaw wind keeps on a-blowin'
      
      Yeah, in your cold and empty bed
      You'll think of me, oh yes
      You'll think of me
      
      You'll think of me
      
      Now I know you loved me just like I wanted
      I know you'd follow me across an endless sea
      But baby, I've got a heart that's haunted
      
      Yeah, in your cold and empty bed
      You'll think of me, oh yes
      You'll think of me
      
      Ah, but you should know girl, that I'll be crying
      Out on that lonely road where not a soul can see
      I'll shed my tears for a love that's dying
      
      Yeah, in your cold and empty bed
      You'll think of me, oh yes
      You'll think of me
      
      The summer sun girl will bring a stranger
      And he'll be better to you than I used to be
      And when he takes you into his arms girl
      
      Well, in your warm and loving bed
      You won't think of me, no, no
      You won't think of me
      
      You won't think of me
      
      Then in your warm and loving bed
      You won't think of me, no, no
      You won't think of me
      
      You won't think of me
      You won't think of me
      You won't think of me

      Elvis Presley - You'll Think Of Me Música y Letra

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