Most Underrated Elvis Presley Songs
The Top Ten Most Underrated Elvis Presley Songs
His voice is so classic, and this song oozes sadness and heartbreak so well
Probably the most underrated Elvis song ever! - Irina2932
I love the lyrics and the pace of the song.
Finest. Voice of all time
I adore many many many Elvis songs but this one always was my favorite. - Irina2932
Great Song! His voice was magic.
This song from elvis is one of the most unradet song from him
I adore Elvis performance of this song and the way he changes his vocal. Looks amazing - Irina2932
All time favorite, just a great tune, incredible delivery
by Elvis and the Jordanaires.
Definitely one of Elvis' greatest songs ever. Just wonderful performance - Irina2932
Ehm this song is ok, but why isn't there IN THE GHETTO on the list?
Not only an underrated Elvis song but probably one of the best performances of any singer in the history of pop music.
Young elvis song MASTERPIECE
Sweet and very powerful track - Irina2932
So simple, so sweet, so sincere. This song from GI Blues is so innocent and I love to song it myself.
THERE IS NO ARTIST THAT COULD COME CLOSE TO ELVIS PRESLEY.HE WAS ONE OF A KIND. HIS GOSPEL SONGS ARE THE GREATEST EVER AS HE PUTS SO MUCH IN THESE SONGS WITH HIS TALENT. THE RANGE OF HIS VOICE IS THE REASON HE IS THE GREATEST SINGER OF ALL TIME.
This great track was as good as "Jailhouse Rock" - Irina2932
Love it. I would like to add the Elvis songs "My Boy", It's Midnight and Never Again.
Best rendition of this song ever sung. I'm from KY and it means a lot that my favorite singer sang about my state.
Better than Jailhouse Rock and Heartbreak Hotel? In my opinion, yes. Better than Hound Dog? It's close, real close - BeeBlue
Of course, one of his most powerful songs.
My favourite song ever!
Next to Dixieland, this was his most compelling performance.
I do love this song, however, the main reason I am adding it to the list is because, when I first visited Memphis in 2009 with my friend, it reminds me of walking from the Heartbreak Hotel toward Graceland and hearing the song belting out from Sirius Radio on Graceland Plaza. Sweet sweet memories.
Can't believe how much this song is underrated. Definitely deserves more attention
This is beautiful love Elvis all over again.
Should be in top 3 according to me.
This song is so underrated that even this list does not know it. So do some listening. It's a film song released in 1963. It was copied in an Indian film. Just shows the great vocal capabilitiesof Mr. Presley. Aa
This song is so underrated that even this list din't contain it once. Beautiful song from a film and just shows what a great singer Mr. Presley were.
Very good song.For a weird reason was the bigest hit for the 60s in Greece
"You can hear his soul
This is most underrated song ever.
Uhh... Men In Black anyone? Tunnel scene with the little red button. Might wanna put on a seatbelt.
Such a beautiful love song
The way he sings this song is beautiful.
A great story and undoubtedly catchy.
I love this song
Kind of sounds like Teddy bear but is a very catchy B-side of Jailhouse Rock
One fo the catchiest tunes ever written and sung perfectly by the King
Beautiful song I can even imagine the story told. Kentucky Rain and Tomorrow is a Long Time are his most underrated songs.
I live in KY and find it being played on the radio when it rains. The back-up singers add just enough to Elvis vocals to make this one of my favorites. Several years after Elvis, Ronnie Milsap had a similar dilemma in Smokey Mountain Rain trying to find his girl. That's also a great song.
Underrated it is a sad but beautiful song
Highly underrated especially his performance of it in the 1968 comeback special
Great track. A classic
I know! It's so good.
When he sang this in Change of Habit he looked and sounded sexy as all get-out.
His most catchy song! I love it!
I first heard him sing this over 35 yrs ago and it still pops in my head quite often
Love the tempo of this song. It just keeps movin with such a natural transition into the verses. Love it.
Love Elvis' version of Gordon Lightfoot's hit.
Love this...makes me cry
B-Side to Suspicious Minds.
Perfect religious and uplifting song for any point in one's life.
This Song is great and has some kind of nostalgic feeling that I can't describe. Such a shame this song gets overlooked often.
Thank you Elvis (from France)
Actually, I'm listening to this one now and I feel all this warmth...it hits me again and again and I'm not even religious! What a great performer Elvis was! This voice moves me so all the time. He is one of the few people that are not overrated. He was truly divine as a singer. He deserved all this admiration he received.
Very beautiful, romantic and underrated song. Amazingly beautiful vocals by Elvis, especially at the end of the song
Very Beautiful and romantic underrated song. Amazingly beautiful vocals by Elvis at the end of the song.
Quite simply beautiful. Quite simply underrated.
Nice list. - Britgirl
Elvis recorded the best version of this song!
Especially important in his film Jailhouse Rock, since his co-star Judy Tyler was in a fatal car crash with her husband right after the movie was finished. The last song in the movie was this one. Elvis refused to watch the movie after her death.
One of the best songs of presley's career
This lesser known Elvis song grabbed me the first time I ever heard it.
The other woman. This man knows that even though he has given up his family for her and has already been dumped by her for another man, that he'll take her back whenever she gives the word. Every word and note of this song blends with Elvis voice so perfectly that I can feel the resignation and deep sadness his love for her has cost him.
Beautiful song, one of my new favourites, his voice is very strong here
An unusual type of song for Elvis. His voice is top notch on this track and I wish more people could hear it. From the movie "Live a Little, Love a Little".
Over the years I've found that a lot of people know and love this song. About 20 yrs ago I went to a party with a very diverse crowd. There was a karaoke machine and no one wanted to sing. I cranked it up and started singing Return To Sender and that was all it took to get the party started.
From his movie " Kissin' cousins". Not very well known ballad of Elvis, but one of my favorites.
Energetic and fun.