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Elvis Presley, 90 Hits Remastered

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A mess of blues
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All shook up
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Almost always true
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Any way you want me
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Are you lonesome tonight
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As long as i have you
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Baby i don t care
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Blue hawaii
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Blue moon
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Blue suede shoes
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Blueberry hill
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Can't help falling in love
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Craw fish
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Danny
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Dirty dirty feelin
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Don't be cruel
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Don't leave me now
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Fame and fortune
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Fever
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First in line
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G.i. blues
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Good rockin' tonight
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Got a living to do
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Harbor lights
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Have i told you lately that i love you so
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Hawaiian wedding song
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Heartbreak hotel
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His latest flame
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Hound dog
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I don't care if the sun don't shine
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I forgot to remember to forget
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I got a woman
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I gotta know
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I love you because
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I'm counting on you
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I'm gonna sit right down and cry over you
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I'm left , you're right she's gone
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I want you, i need you, i love you
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It's now or never
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Jailhouse rock
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Just because
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King creole
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Lawdy miss clawdy
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Let's have a party
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Like a baby
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Little sister
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Lonesome cow boy
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Long tall sally
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Love me
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Love me tender
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Lover doll
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Loving you
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Make me know it
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Mean woman blues
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Milkcow blues
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Money honey
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My baby left me
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New orleans
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One sided love affair
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Paralyzed
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Pocket full of rainbows
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Ready teddy
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Reconsider baby
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Rip it up
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Rock a hula baby
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Shake rattle and roll
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Shoppin' around
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So glad you re mine
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Soldier boy
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Steadfast loyal and true
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Stuck on you
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Such a night
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Surrender
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Teddy bear
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That's all right mama
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That's when your heartaches begins
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The girl of my best friend
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The thrill of your love
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Tonight is so right for love
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Too much
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Treat me nice
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Trouble
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True love
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Trying to get to you
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Tutti frutti
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Wear my ring around your neck
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When my blue moon turns to grey
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Wooden heart
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You're a heartbreaker
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Young and beautiful
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