Elvis Presley’s musical legacy is etched in the sands of time, and among his vast repertoire, “I Don’t Want To Be Tied” stands out as a testament to his enduring influence on the world of rock and roll. This iconic song, released during a pivotal era in Presley’s career, captures the essence of his charismatic voice and dynamic stage presence.

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Elvis Presley – The King of Rock and Roll

Elvis Presley, often referred to as “The King of Rock and Roll,” was born on January 8, 1935, in Tupelo, Mississippi. With a career spanning over two decades, Presley became a cultural icon and is regarded as one of the most significant figures in the history of popular music.

I Don’t Want To Be Tied – Unveiling the Melodic Magic

“I Don’t Want To Be Tied” is a track from Elvis Presley’s album “Pot Luck,” released in 1962. This song showcases Presley’s vocal prowess and his ability to infuse emotion into every note. The lyrics resonate with themes of independence and the desire for personal freedom, a departure from Presley’s earlier romantic ballads.


I want my share of love, it might as well be known
But I ain’t thinking of one girl to love alone
That ain’t the way it’s gonna be, I’m on my own and I am free
And I’ve been satisfied, so I don’t wanna be tied

Somebody’s loving arms can sure be sweet I’ve found
But I want no-one’s arms to ever hold me down
Once I get caught inside a net I’m gonna run I bet
I’m gonna run and hide, I don’t wanna be tied

I’ve seen lovers who were matched, they thought that love could stay
Once they cared and got attached, it seems that love just slipped away
Don’t want no claims on me,
don’t want no chains that bind
As anyone could see
I say what’s on my mind
Well there ain’t nothing I conceal, I’m gonna play the field
The field of love is wide ,

I don’t wanna be tied
The field of love is wide,
I don’t wanna be tied
The field of love is wide,
I don’t wanna be tied
I said I don’t, I don’t wanna be, I don’t wanna be tied

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