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Elvis Presley – How Do You Think I Feel (1956)

Elvis Presley, the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll, left an indelible mark on the world of music with his timeless classics. One such gem is the soul-stirring ballad, “How Do You Think I Feel.” In this introduction, we’ll delve into the essence of this remarkable song and uncover intriguing facts about both the song and the legendary artist who performed it.

Did You Know?

Elvis Presley, born on January 8, 1935, in Tupelo, Mississippi, is a name synonymous with rock and pop music. He burst onto the scene in the mid-1950s and rapidly became a cultural phenomenon. “How Do You Think I Feel” is a poignant track that showcases not only Elvis’s vocal prowess but also his ability to convey raw emotions through music.

This song was released in 1956 as part of Elvis’s self-titled debut album, “Elvis Presley.” It marked a significant moment in his career as it was one of the first albums that catapulted him to superstardom. The track captures the essence of early rock ‘n’ roll, blending elements of blues and country to create a unique sound that resonated with audiences worldwide.

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Lyrics

How do you think I feel?
Well, I know your love’s not real
The girl I’m mad about is just a gadabout
How do you think I feel?

How do you think we stand?
Well, I know you’ve made your plans
But you’ve included three
And that’s too much for me
How do you think I feel?

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I won’t be true again
I know that I can’t win
So why should I pretend
That you still love me?

How do you think I feel?
Well, I know your love’s not real
The one I’m mad about is just a gadabout
How do you think I feel?

How do you think I feel?
Well, I know your love’s not real
The girl I’m mad about is just a gadabout
How do you think I feel?

Well, how do you think we stand?
I know you’ve made your plans
Another’s pretty face
Has put me out of place
How do you think I feel?

I won’t be true again
I know that I can’t win
So why should I pretend
That you still love me?

How do you think I feel?
Well, I know your love’s not real
And you’ve included three
And that’s too much for me
How do you think I feel?

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