Elvis Presley, the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll, serenades us once again with the timeless ballad “Fame And Fortune.” This enchanting melody captures the essence of love, desire, and the pursuit of something greater. Join us on a journey through the romantic allure of Elvis’s voice and the captivating narrative woven into the fabric of “Fame And Fortune.”

Did You Know?

Released in 1960 as a single, “Fame And Fortune” showcases Elvis Presley’s vocal finesse amidst lush orchestration. The song, written by Fred Wise and Ben Weisman, became a chart-topping hit, further solidifying Presley’s status as a musical icon. Its lyrics convey a yearning for both love and the challenges that come with fame, creating a poignant yet enchanting musical experience.

Elvis Aaron Presley, born on January 8, 1935, in Tupelo, Mississippi, not only redefined the genre of rock ‘n’ roll but also left an indelible mark on romantic ballads. “Fame And Fortune” stands as a testament to his versatility, showcasing a softer, more introspective side of the King.


Lyrics: Fame And Fortune

Fame and fortune
how empty they can be
But when I hold you in my arms
That’s heaven to me
Who cares for fame and fortune
They’re only passing things
But the touch of your lips on mine
Makes me feel like a king

Your kind of love
is a treasure I hold
It’s so much greater
than silver or gold
I know that I have nothing
If you should go away
But to know that you love me
Brings fame and fortune my way

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