Elvis Presley, the undisputed King of Rock and Roll, left an indelible mark on the music industry with his iconic voice and charismatic stage presence. One of his lesser-known yet captivating tracks, “Where Do You Come From,” unveils a different facet of the legendary artist’s repertoire. In this article, we delve into the essence of this song, exploring its origins, significance, and the timeless allure it continues to hold.

Did You Know?

Elvis Presley recorded “Where Do You Come From” in 1962 for the soundtrack of the movie “Girls! Girls! Girls!” This romantic ballad, while not as widely recognized as some of his other hits, showcases Presley’s versatility as an artist. Interestingly, the song was co-written by Ruth Batchelor and Bob Roberts, contributing to the allure of Presley’s musical diversity.


Where do you come from?
Tell me who you are
Do you come from another world
Or from some distant star?

Where do you come from?
Are you what you seem?
Are you real,
Are you standing there,
Or is it just a dream?

Tell me more about yourself
Do you feel the way I feel?
Are you just a vision,
Or are you really real?

Where do you come from?
Angel won’t you say?
Tell me all that there is to know
And tell me that you’ll stay.

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