Credited to Joy Byers and Charles E. This non-movie song was the B-side of the Elvis Presley movie single, " Kissin' Cousins ", released February 10, The A-side reached number 12 in the U. The session that produced this recording marked the beginning of a twenty-eight month period during which Presley recorded no other non-movie songs.
Elvis recorded a new version on June 20, and used this song during the montage medley sequence of his NBC Comeback Special. The song is featured in the jukebox musical All Shook Up. In the U. The song was published by Elvis Presley Music, Inc. Record producer and songwriter Bob Johnston revealed that he had actually written the songs attributed to his wife Joy Byers, including "It Hurts Me". Afterwards Bob Johnston invited him to Nashville to co-write It Hurts Me - Elvis Presley - Elvis In Demand . They finished the song together.
Daniels recalled: "We just It Hurts Me - Elvis Presley - Elvis In Demand on, and we finished it up, and Bob did a demo on it, and the company that he was writing for at the time Hill and Range was the parent companyhandled Elvis Presley Music and Gladys Music, which was Elvis Presley's two companies.
Daniels explained: "Elvis came to town. He picked it up and held it for almost a year in what was called his portfolio. You know, they'd pick songs out for Elvis and when he'd go in to record, he'd review them, and if he liked it, he'd do it. So anyway, he recorded it, and it was by far the biggest thing that had ever happened to me in my life. I was a big fan. Daniels was credited as "Charles E. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. RCA Victor 45 picture sleeve, Nielsen Business Media, Inc.
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