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101Hits - Elvis Presley

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01
Love Me Tender
2:43  
02
Doin' The Best I Can
3:11  
03
There's Good Rockin' Tonight
1:50  
04
Money Money
2:12  
05
Reconsider Baby
3:40  
06
Blue Moon
2:41  
07
Party
1:30  
08
Got A Lot O' Livin' To Do
2:34  
09
All Shook Up
1:59  
10
Don't Leave Me Now
2:00  
11
Love Me
2:45  
12
Shoppin' Around
2:22  
13
Don't Be Cruel
2:03  
14
Mansion over the Hilltop
2:58  
15
Teddy Bear
1:49  
16
I Will Be Home Again
2:34  
17
I Don't Care If The Sun Don't Shine
2:29  
18
I Want You, I Need You, I Love You
2:37  
19
Don't Ask Me Why
2:06  
20
It Feels So Right
2:11  
21
How's The World Treating You?
2:24  
22
The Thrill Of Your Love
3:00  
23
He Knows Just What I Need
2:14  
24
True Love
2:10  
25
Treat Me Nice
2:14  
26
Lover Doll
2:10  
27
I'm Gonna Walk Dem Golden Stairs
1:52  
28
As Long As I Have You
1:50  
29
Hard Headed Woman
1:54  
30
You're So Square (Baby I Don't Care)
1:53  
31
Mean Woman Blues
2:13  
32
Swing Down Sweet Chariot
2:34  
33
Ready Teddy
1:57  
34
Have I Told You Lately That I Love You?
2:27  
35
My Baby Left Me
2:14  
36
My Wish Came True
2:35  
37
Baby Let's Play House
2:08  
38
Like A Baby
2:39  
39
Hot Dog
1:13  
40
G.I. Blues
2:36  
41
The Girl of My Best Friend
2:22  
42
Tutti Frutti
2:01  
43
That's Alright Mama
1:34  
44
I Beg Of You
1:53  
45
Baby I Don't Care
1:53  
46
Dixieland Rock
1:48  
47
Shake, Rattle And Roll
2:30  
48
I Need Your Love Tonight
2:06  
49
Doncha Think It's Time
1:58  
50
Peace In The Valley
3:12  
51
How Do You Think I Feel?
2:10  
52
Trouble
2:19  
53
I Was The One
2:32  
54
Wear My Ring Around Your Neck
2:15  
55
King Creole
2:08  
56
Take My Hand Precious Lord
2:33  
57
Lonesome Cowboy
3:03  
58
I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Cry
2:02  
59
I'm Counting On You
2:24  
60
Jailhouse Rock
2:24  
61
Good Rockin' Tonight
2:14  
62
I Love You Because
2:44  
63
Loving You
2:15  
64
Milk Cow Blues Boogie
2:37  
65
Mystery Train
2:28  
66
Young Dreams
2:25  
67
(Now And Then There's) A Fool Such As I
2:40  
68
Lawdy Miss Clawdy
2:11  
69
Poor Boy
2:15  
70
In My Father's House
2:05  
71
Trying To Get To You
1:53  
72
I Need You So
2:41  
73
Young & Beautiful
2:06  
74
New Orleans
2:00  
75
The Girl Next Door Went A'walking
2:14  
76
I Got Stung
1:52  
77
Long Tall Sally
1:50  
78
Any Place Is Paradise
2:28  
79
Is It So Strange?
2:31  
80
I Got A Woman
2:58  
81
Fever
3:32  
82
What's She Really Like?
2:17  
83
Rip It Up
1:55  
84
Just Because
2:33  
85
Such a Night
3:00  
86
You're A Heartbreaker
2:12  
87
Playing For Keeps
2:52  
88
I'll Never Let You Go (Little Darlin')
2:25  
89
Blueberry Hill
2:43  
90
Known Only to Him
2:08  
91
I'm Left You're Right She's Gone
2:37  
92
Are You Lonesome Tonight?
3:08  
93
Maybellene
1:55  
94
Harbour Lights
2:37  
95
Wooden Heart
2:03  
96
Hound Dog
2:21  
97
Pocketful of Rainbows
2:34  
98
If We Never Meet Again
1:59  
99
Blue Suede Shoes
2:42  
100
One Night
2:31  
101
Frankfort Special
2:57  
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Total Tracks: 101   Total Length: 237:06

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