Reviews for The Wonder of You Lyrics

Performed by Elvis Presley

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The wonder of you | Reviewer: Anonymous | 6/16/11

La letra de esta cancion es lo mas bello que he escuchado. No me cansare de escucharla. Creo que va mas alla de lo romantico. Es para dedicarsela al ser amado. Elvis la interpreta magistralmente.
Lastima que sea tan corta. Cuando la escucho la repito varias veces.




The Wonder of you | Reviewer: vixen | 4/1/08

This song is one of the most beautiful songs ever. it happened to be one of my aunts favourite and when she passed last yr we played t just for her. She absolutely loved elvis. we buried her on his anniversiry.



The Classic from the King | Reviewer: Sreekant | 10/21/07

This is one of Elvis' songs that I have listened to the most and sing it with my guitar accompaniment whenever I get a chance. I believe it is an all-time classic and I never seem to tire listening to it.



Ron Tutt on Drums | Reviewer: Rick Diaz | 7/19/07

Hi, Nice review. I just wanted to add that Ronnie Tutt is the drummer on this recording. James and I have been good pals for over 20 yrs. I had the pleasure of meeting Ron back in 2002. A real gentleman and one of the best drummers around. James and I have written some tunes together. Check out my site www.tahoecitymusic.com. Read the interview section and check out the photo's. Pic's of us playing together.

Sincerely,

Rick Diaz



The Wonder of You, a gem | Reviewer: Jerod Butt | 8/26/04

This is one of the few slow songs with James Burton playing a solo. The only other slow song that James plays a solo on, that I know of, is "I Remember Romance" from John Denvers RCA album called "It's About Time". I first heard this song on the RCA album called "Elvis 30 #1 Hits". This version is a live version of the song featuring James Burton on his Pink Paisley Telecaster, in other words, the electric gutiar, Jerry Scheff on electric bass, and Glen D. Hardin on piano and keyboards. I'm not sure who plays percussion.




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