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Ain't That Lovin' You, Baby

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Not to be confused with Ain't That Lovin' You, Baby (Jimmy Reed song)
"Ain't That Loving You Baby"
Ain't That Lovin' You, Baby Elvis.jpg
"Ain't That Loving You Baby" single
Single by Elvis Presley
from the album Elvis' Gold Records Vol. 4
B-side"Ask Me"
ReleasedSeptember 1964
RecordedJune 10, 1958
GenreRock and roll
Songwriter(s)Clyde Otis and Ivory Joe Hunter
Elvis Presley singles chronology
"Such a Night" / "Never Ending"
"Ain't That Loving You Baby" / "Ask Me"
"Blue Christmas"

"Ain't That Loving You, Baby" is a song written by Clyde Otis and Ivory Joe Hunter and originally recorded by Eddie Riff in 1956.[1] Elvis Presley recorded the song in 1958 and released the song as a single in 1964.

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It was recorded by Elvis Presley on June 10, 1958, but wasn't released as a single by him until September 1964 (with no comma in the title) when it reached number 16 on the Billboard chart, with "Ask Me" as the flipside.[2] It is a standard shuffle in E major. The song, along with "Ask Me", was later included on the 1968 compilation album Elvis' Gold Records Volume 4, and an alternate take with a faster tempo was released in 1985 on the compilation album Reconsider Baby.[2]


  • Elvis Presley - lead vocals
  • Hank Garland - lead guitar
  • Bob Moore - double bass
  • Floyd Cramer - piano
  • D. J. Fontana, Buddy Harman - drums


  1. ^ "Ain't That Lovin' You, Baby". Second Hand Songs. Retrieved 19 March 2011.
  2. ^ a b Neale, David (15 September 2003). Roots of Elvis. iUniverse. p. 12. ISBN 978-0-595-29505-0. Retrieved 19 March 2011.

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