The Last Song Elvis Heard (2006)
The image is one thing and the human being is another...it's very hard to live up to an image.
--Elvis Presley, at a press conference before a performance in Madison Square Garden, 1972
Here's another new one in this week's hot off the motherboard series.
As if we'll ever really know. Some snips of Google hit fragments from a search of elvis last song:
Finally, the last song Elvis ever recorded, "He'll Have To Go" -- similar to the final version that was an overdub -- this is sad, emotional listening...
["Bridge Over Trouibled Water"] was the last song Elvis Presley ever performed live. The cymbal crashes at the end of the song were rumoured to mimic the initial rush...
"Fire Down Below" was the last song Elvis Presley worked on in a studio situation. He never completed the vocal.
The last song Elvis ever recorded in a studio would be the poignant "Pieces of My Life". After the session...
Wait, ElvisInfoNet. Didn't you just say above that...? Never mind. Must have been a sighting on toast or a potato chip or something.
From Elvisly Yours:
The song "Unchained Melody" was the very last song Elvis performed publicly before he died...
From the Miami New Times:
It's rumored the last song Elvis ever sang was the Fred Rose country ballad "Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain..."
Well, whatever it was, there's still time to own it. From KittyText
At eBay you can buy the rights to the last song Elvis Presley wrote and recorded before he went to heaven. Last I checked it was going for $19,100...
You might want to approach that eBay purchase with a suspicious mind.