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Top 20 Elvis Presley Songs

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You don't become "The King of Rock 'n' Roll" without your share of number-one songs. Here are 20 of Elvis Presley's chart-topping songs.

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Suspicious Minds Report Abuse
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Heartbreak Hotel" (1956) Report Abuse
Released on January 27, 1956, this heart-wrenching tune was inspired by a suicide note printed in The Miami Herald. The tune didn't catch the public's attention until Elvis started appearing on television in the months following its release.
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"Can't Help Falling in Love" (1961) Report Abuse
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"Don't Be Cruel" (1956) Report Abuse
This was the first song that Elvis self-produced. And what a job he did! Not only did he rack up his second number one in three months, he also created a whole new style for himself -- one characterized by a free, casual sound.
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"Hound Dog" (1956) Report Abuse
This song was a blues classic long before anyone had heard of Elvis Presley. But it was the King's July 1956 TV appearances, in which he crooned to a real pup, that propelled it to the top of the pop charts. The machine-gun-like drumming of D. J. Fontana perfectly complemented Elvis's edgy vocals.
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"Are You Lonesome Tonight?" (1960) Report Abuse
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"Jailhouse Rock" (1957) Report Abuse
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"Love Me Tender" (1956) Report Abuse
This song's tune came from a Civil War ballad called "Aura Lee." The lyrics were written for Elvis's first movie, also called Love Me Tender. The movie -- a depiction of the notorious Reno Brothers Gang -- was forgettable; the song was anything but!
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"(Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear" (1957) Report Abuse
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"All Shook Up" (1957) Report Abuse
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"Stuck on You" (1960) Report Abuse
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"A Big Hunk o' Love" (1959) Report Abuse
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"(Now and Then There's) A Fool Such as I" (1959) Report Abuse
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"It's Now or Never" (1960) Report Abuse
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Crying in the Chapel Report Abuse
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"Surrender" (1961) Report Abuse
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"Too Much" (1957) Report Abuse
Released on January 4, 1957, "Too Much" brought to the forefront the talents of Elvis's supporting players, especially guitarist Scotty Moore. And, of course, the King sounds great, too!
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"Hard Headed Woman" (1958) Report Abuse
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"Don't" (1958) Report Abuse
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You're So Square (Baby I Don't Care) Report Abuse
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"(Marie's the Name) His Latest Flame" (1961) Report Abuse
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Viva Las Vegas Report Abuse
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Moody Blue Report Abuse
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"One Night" (1958) Report Abuse
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Kentucky Rain Report Abuse
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"Good Luck Charm" (1962) Report Abuse
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Little Sister Report Abuse
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