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I Want You, I Need You, I Love You

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"I Want You, I Need You, I Love You"
ElvisWantYou.jpg
Single by Elvis Presley
B-side "My Baby Left Me"
Released May 12, 1956 (1956-05-12)
Recorded April 14, 1956
Studio RCA Victor Studios, Nashville, Tennessee
Genre Ballad
Length 2:37
Label RCA Victor
Songwriter(s) Tom Hamilton (uncredited) Maurice Mysels, Ira Kosloff
Producer(s) Steve Sholes
Elvis Presley singles chronology
"Heartbreak Hotel"
(1956)
"I Want You, I Need You, I Love You"
(1956)
"Don't Be Cruel" / "Hound Dog"
(1956)

"I Want You, I Need You, I Love You" is a song written by Maurice Mysels and Ira Kosloff, and produced by Steve Sholes.[1] It is best known for being Elvis Presley's seventh single release on the RCA Victor label.[1] It was released in May 1956, becoming Presley's second number 1 single on the country music charts, and peaking at number 3 on the US Billboard Top 100 chart, an earlier version of the U.S. Billboard Hot 100.[1] Before the creation of the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1958, there were a number of charts including Jukebox plays, Store charts, and Airplay charts; the song reached number 1 on the Billboard Top Sellers in Stores chart.[2]

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feeling used but i’m still missing u & i can’t see the end of this just wanna feel ur kiss against my lips & now all this time is passing by but i still can't seem to tell u why it hurts me every time i see u realize how much i need u i hate u i love u i hate that i love u don't want to, but i can't put nobody else above u i hate u i love u i hate that i want u u want her, u need her & i'll never be her i miss u when i can't sleep or right after coffee or right when i can't eat i miss u in my front seat still got sand in my sweaters from nights we don't remember do u miss me like i miss u? fucked around & got attached to u friends can break ur heart too i'm always tired but never of u if i pulled a u on u, u wouldn't like that shit i put this reel out, but u wouldn't bite that shit i type a text but then i nevermind that shit i got these feelings but u never mind that shit oh oh, keep it on the low ur still in love with me but ur friends don't know if u wanted me u would just say so & if i were u, i would never let me go i don't mean no harm i just miss u on my arm wedding bells were just alarms caution tape around my heart u ever wonder what we could have been? u said u wouldn't and u fucking did lie to me, lie with me, get ur fucking fix now all my drinks and all my feelings are all fucking mixed always missing people that i shouldn't be missing sometimes u gotta burn some bridges just to create some distance i know that i control my thoughts and i should stop reminiscing but i learned from my dad that it's good to have feelings when love & trust are gone i guess this is moving on everyone i do right does me wrong so every lonely night, i sing this song i hate u i love u i hate that i love u don't want to, but i can't put nobody else above u i hate u i love u i hate that i want u u want her, u need her & i'll never be her all alone i watch u watch her like she's the only girl u've ever seen u don't care u never did u don't give a damn about me yeah all alone i watch u watch her she's the only thing u ever see how is it u never notice that u are slowly killing me i hate u i love u i hate that i love u don't want to, but i can't put nobody else above u i hate u i love u i hate that i want u u want her, u need her & i'll never be her

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Recording

During April 1956, Variety reported that Presley's sixth RCA Victor single, "Heartbreak Hotel", had sold one million copies.[3] RCA Victor producer Steve Sholes wanted a strong single for the next release, aware that there was not much good material available.[3] Due to Presley's busy touring schedule, Sholes needed to get him into the studio as soon as possible. Presley and his band chartered a small propeller airplane to Nashville for one day of recording between shows.[3]

En route from Amarillo, the airplane developed engine trouble and fell through the sky several times.[3] Upon arrival in Nashville on the morning of April 14, all four were disconcerted.[3] Presley arrived at the RCA Victor Studios without ideas for the recording session and therefore had no choice but to use Sholes' suggestions, one of which was "I Want You, I Need You, I Love You".[3]

Being used to later working hours, coupled with his traumatic experience during his overnight flight, the recording session was bad.[3] Take after take was ruined for one reason or another and the band was not relaxed. Presley, usually a very quick study with a song, couldn't get the lyrics right. After 17 takes in three hours,[3] Sholes decided Presley and the band weren't able to record properly and sent them home.

After the session, Sholes listened to the takes again. He wasn't happy with the results of what he considered to be an unprofessional and wasted session.[4] It had cost $1,000 to fly Presley and his band in by a private flight, and Sholes let Presley's manager, Colonel Tom Parker, know that he was unsatisfied with the work and required material urgently for a second album.[4] He knew that with Presley's busy touring schedule it could be months before RCA Victor got him back into a studio. Performing what was a very rare and generally unsuccessful procedure for the 1950s, Sholes took parts of two takes he liked (takes 14 and 17), cut and spliced them together to create a take worthy of release.[1] His cuts were so seamless, nobody at RCA Victor could tell it wasn't from a single take.

Reception

"I Want You, I Need You, I Love You" was backed with "My Baby Left Me" and was released on May 4, 1956.[5] Pre-orders of over 300,000 were the biggest ever in the history of the company. At the time of its release, Presley had three songs in the Top 20: "Heartbreak Hotel/I Was the One," "My Baby Left Me", and "I Want You, I Need You, I Love You". On June 5, 1956, Presley performed the song on The Milton Berle Show, as well as an early version of "Hound Dog"[5] that resulted in both overwhelmingly favorable audience reaction and outrage.[5]

Despite the heated public controversy, the single was generally well received, reaching No. 3 on the Billboard Top 100 popular music singles chart, and scoring No. 1 on the country music chart.[1] The song earned a second Gold record for Presley, with sales in excess of 1.3 million.[1]

Influence

This song was the inspiration for the Meat Loaf song "Two Out of Three Ain't Bad". The song remains popular, as it is used for the themes of many organizations. The song particularly uses the lyrics: "I want you, I need you/But there ain't no way I'm ever gonna love you".

Robby Krieger's version

Jazz fusion/rock guitarist from The Doors, Robby Krieger performs an instrumental version of the song on his 1989 solo album, No Habla.

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f Victor (2008), p. 251.
  2. ^ Worth, Fred (1992). Elvis: His Life from A to Z. Outlet. p. 612. ISBN 978-0-517-06634-8.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h Guralnick/Jorgensen (1999), Elvis: Day by Day, p. 69.
  4. ^ a b Guralnick/Jorgensen (1999), Elvis: Day by Day, p. 70.
  5. ^ a b c Guralnick/Jorgensen, p. 73.

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