In the vast tapestry of Elvis Presley’s musical legacy, “They Remind Me Too Much Of You” stands out as a poignant reflection of love and longing. This enchanting ballad, delivered with the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll’s signature charm, captivates audiences with its tender lyrics and soulful melody. Let’s embark on a journey to uncover the magic behind this timeless classic.

Did You Know?

“They Remind Me Too Much Of You” was recorded by Elvis Presley on April 3, 1961, during a session at RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee. The song found its place in the album “Something for Everybody,” released later that year. The track, written by Don Robertson, delves into the bittersweet emotions of heartbreak, a theme that resonated strongly with Presley’s audience.

Elvis Presley, born on January 8, 1935, in Tupelo, Mississippi, was a musical trailblazer who effortlessly blended various genres, leaving an indelible mark on the industry. His ability to convey raw emotions through his voice set him apart, and “They Remind Me Too Much Of You” is a testament to his vocal prowess and emotional depth.


Take away, the scent of flowers
Cover up, the sky of blue
Close my ears to tender love songs
They remind me too much of youHide young lovers warm embraces
Keep stars and moonlight from my view
Let me forget, there are such places
They remind me too much of you

Must I evermore be haunted?
Day after day, my whole life through
By the memory of each moment
That I spent alone with you

If these lovely things dont hurt you
Our love just wasnt meant to be
But please come back to me, my darling
If they remind you, too much of me

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