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You'll Think of Me (Elvis Presley song)

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"You'll Think of Me"
Single by Elvis Presley
from the album From Memphis to Vegas / From Vegas to Memphis
ReleasedAugust 26, 1969
Format7" single
RecordedJanuary 14, 1969
Elvis Presley singles chronology
"Clean Up Your Own Backyard"
"Suspicious Minds" / "You'll Think of Me"
"Almost in Love" / "A Little Less Conversation"

"You'll Think of Me" is a song by Elvis Presley from his 1969 double album From Memphis to Vegas / From Vegas to Memphis.

Its first release on record was in August or September 1969 on a single as the reverse side to "Suspicious Minds".[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10] On December 1, 1970 the single "Suspicious Minds" / "You'll Think of Me" was re-released as part of RCA Victor's Gold Standard Series (together with 9 older Presley's singles).[11]

The single "Suspicious Minds" was certified Gold by RIAA for sales in 1 million copies in the United States on October 28, 1969. On March 27, 1992, it was certified Platinum.[12] It also was the South African single of the year.[citation needed]

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Writing and recording history

The song was written by Mort Shuman.

Presley recorded it on January 14, 1969 at the American Sound Studio in Memphis, Tennessee (at studio sessions for RCA that were held there on January 13–16 and 20–23).[3][13]

Critical reception

Robert Matthew-Walker writes in his book Heartbreak Hotel: the Life and Music of Elvis Presley:

In the last song, 'You'll Think Of Me', there is a strangely disconnected opening which gradually builds to the basic tempo. The song, which lasts almost four minutes, is long for the material, but Presley manages to hold it together through the layers of sound.[14][15][16]

Track listings

7" single (RCA 47-9764)[17]
7" single (RCA Victor 49.623, France, 1969)[17]
7" single (A|B RCA Victor N 1588, Italy, 1969)[17]
7" single (RCA SS-1913, Japan, 1969)[17]
7" single (RCA Victor 3-10436, Spain, 1969)[17]
7" single (RCA Victor PB 1103, France, 1977)[17]
7" single (RCA Victor RCA-2712, Canada, 1978)[17]

  1. "Suspicious Minds" (4:22)
  2. "You'll Think of Me" (4:02)

7" EP Suspicious Minds (RCA Victor TP-510, Portugal, 1969)[17]

  1. "Suspicious Minds"
  2. "Known Only to Him"
  3. "You'll Think of Me"
  4. "Joshua Fit The Battle"

CD single "Suspicious Minds" (RCA Victor 0886971223729, Sony BMG, EAN 0886971223729, 10 August 2007)[17]

  1. "Suspicious Minds" (4:22)
  2. "You'll Think of Me" (4:02)
  3. "Suspicious Minds (Alt. Take 7)"


  1. ^ Nielsen Business Media, Inc. (6 September 1969). Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. pp. 110–. ISSN 0006-2510.
  2. ^ John A. Whisler (June 1981). Elvis Presley, reference guide and discography. Scarecrow Press.
  3. ^ a b "You'll Think of Me : by Elvis Presley : Elvis Presley Lyrics : The Elvis SongDataBase". Elvis Australia : Official Elvis Presley Fan Club. Retrieved 2017-01-15.
  4. ^ Jerry Osborne (1983). Presleyana: Elvis Presley record price guide. O'Sullivan Woodside. ISBN 978-0-89019-083-8.
  5. ^ Jerry Osborne (1 July 2007). Presleyana VI - the Elvis Presley Record, CD, and Memorabilia Price Guide. Jerry Osborne Enterprises. pp. 68–. ISBN 978-0-932117-49-6.
  6. ^ Chuck Miller (28 February 2011). Warman's American Records. Krause Publications. pp. 215–. ISBN 1-4402-2821-3.
  7. ^ Ron Barry (1976). The Elvis Presley American discography. Spectator Service, Maxigraphics.
  8. ^ Bobby Womack (7 April 2006). Bobby Womack: My Autobiography - Midnight Mover. John Blake Publishing. pp. 192–. ISBN 978-1-78219-144-5.
  9. ^ Neal Umphred; Linda Jones; Walter Piotrowski (1990). Elvis: A Touch of Gold : the American Record Collector's Price Guide to Elvis Presley Records & Memorabilia. White Dragon Press.
  10. ^ Kevin Crouch; Tanja Crouch (9 April 2012). The Gospel According To Elvis. Music Sales Group. pp. 201–. ISBN 978-0-85712-758-7.
  11. ^ Nielsen Business Media, Inc. (9 January 1971). Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. pp. 36–. ISSN 0006-2510.
  12. ^ "Gold & Platinum - RIAA". Retrieved 2017-01-15.
  13. ^ Kevin Crouch; Tanja Crouch (9 April 2012). The Gospel According To Elvis. Music Sales Group. pp. 197–. ISBN 978-0-85712-758-7.
  14. ^ Robert Matthew-Walker (1995). Heartbreak hotel: the life and music of Elvis Presley. Castle Communications. ISBN 978-1-86074-055-8.
  15. ^ Robert Matthew-Walker (1 January 1983). Elvis Presley: A Study in Music. Omnibus Press. ISBN 978-0-7119-0086-8.
  16. ^ Robert Matthew-Walker (1995). Heartbreak hotel: the life and music of Elvis Presley. Castle Communications. ISBN 978-1-86074-055-8.
  17. ^ a b c d e f g h i " - Elvis Presley - Suspicious Minds". Retrieved 2017-01-14.

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