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Elvis Presley’s Fiery Romance in ‘(Marie’s The Name) His Latest Flame

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(Marie’s the Name) His Latest Flame” is a song by Elvis Presley. It was released as a single in 1961 and later included on his album “Pot Luck,” which was also released in 1961. The song was written by Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman.“(Marie’s the Name) His Latest Flame” is a rock and roll song with a catchy melody and features Elvis’s distinctive vocals. The lyrics tell the story of a man who is in love with a woman named Marie but discovers that she’s been seeing another man, making her “his latest flame.” The song was a commercial success and became one of Elvis’s hit singles during the early 1960s.

Elvis Presley was a legendary American singer and actor, often referred to as the “King of Rock and Roll.” He had a prolific career and is known for his contributions to the music industry, particularly in the rock and roll genre.

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A very old friend came by today
‘Cause he was telling everyone in town
Of the love that he’d just found
And Marie’s the name of his latest flame

He talked and talked and I heard him say
That she had the longest blackest hair
The prettiest green eyes anywhere
And Marie’s the name of his latest flame

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Though I smiled the tears inside were a-burning
I wished him luck and then he said goodbye
He was gone but still his words kept returning
What else was there for me to do but cry

Would you believe that yesterday
This girl was in my arms and swore to me
She’d be mine eternally
And Marie’s the name of his latest flame

Though I smiled the tears inside were a-burning
I wished him luck and then he said goodbye
He was gone but still his words kept returning
What else was there for me to do but cry

Would you believe that yesterday
This girl was in my arms and swore to me
She’d be mine eternally
And Marie’s the name of his latest flame
Yeah Marie’s the name of his latest flame
Oh Marie’s the name of his latest flame

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