Elvis taking lessons in French, Paris, 1959.
Elvis in Paris, 1959 with what looks like Bill Wyman in drag.
Although nothing here is as musically astounding as the version of Stranger In My Own Hometown I posted last week, I thought a few of these goofy live and rehearsal x and NC-17 private moments with Elvis might provide a cheap laugh or two for some of you folks out there.
What we have here are Got My Mojo Workin’ (with a nice solo from James Burton), I Wash My Hands In Muddy Water, It’s Midnight, Polk Salad Annie, Promised Land, US Male, You Gave Me A Molehill (aka You Gave Me A Mountain) and perhaps the oddest of all– Elvis’ Soliloquy On Drugs. The last one there sounds like a case of ‘roid rage. Will we ever understand what went through Elvis’ mind?
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I've said it before and I'll say it again, damn that Bill Wyman's got some big breasts.
I'm shocked, shocked, I say, to learn that Elvis liked poontang!
But what about “Can't Help Falling In Love”? Hot Damn Tamale!
Sooooooo much like Bill Wyman. in fact, did that just cut and paste that for the Some Girls album cover?
150 ludes from Dr. Nick. That would have been ample for me let alone the percs and everything else.
That prescription form looks wrong. The handwriting is as neat as in a print ad.
“That prescription form looks wrong. The handwriting is as neat as in a print ad.”Only one way to find out, take down to Duane Reade and see if they fill it!
So, I do not really consider it may have effect.
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