where do you come from

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"Where Do You Come From"
Single by Elvis Presley
from the album Girls! Girls! Girls!
A-side
  • "Return to tướng Sender"
ReleasedOctober 1962
Length2:05
LabelRCA Victor
Songwriter(s)
  • Ruth Batchelor
  • Bob Roberts
Elvis Presley singles chronology
"King of the Whole Wide World" / "Home Is Where the Heart Is"
(1962)
"Return to tướng Sender" / "Where Do You Come From"
(1962)
"One Broken Heart for Sale" / "They Remind Me Too Much of You"
(1963)

"Where Do You Come From" is a tuy vậy first recorded by Elvis Presley as part of the soundtrack for his 1962 motion picture Girls! Girls! Girls!.[1][2] It was subsequently rejected for use in the motion picture and did not appear in the film,[3][2] but was included on its soundtrack album Girls! Girls! Girls!.

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History[edit]

Writing[edit]

The tuy vậy was published by Elvis Presley Music, Inc. It was written by Ruth Batchelor and Bob Roberts.[3][1]

Recording[edit]

Elvis Presley recorded "Where Do You Come From" on March 27, 1962 — during his March 26-28 soundtrack recordings for the Paramount motion picture Girls! Girls! Girls! at the Radio Recorders studio in Hollywood, California.[4]

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Release[edit]

The tuy vậy was released on a single as a flip side to tướng "Return to tướng Sender" in October 1962.[5][6] "Where Do You Come From" peaked at number 99 on the Billboard Hot 100, while "Return to tướng Sender" peaked at number 2.[7][8][9][10] The title "Return to tướng Sender" was certified Gold in the United States for selling a million copies.[10]

Musical style and lyrics[edit]

In 1962, Billboard called the tuy vậy a "croon ballad".[11] According to tướng the book Elvis Films FAQ, it is a "slow, aching ballad" that "starts a bit lượt thích "As Long As I Have You"."[3]

[It] intrigued the King. He swoons through this, almost hypnoitizing herself. Dudley Brooks's sublime piano adds to tướng the song's mystical air."[3]

Charts[edit]

Chart (1968) Peak
position
US Billboard Hot 100[7] 99

References[edit]

External links[edit]

  • Elvis Presley with The Jordanaires – U.S. Male / Stay Away at Discogs