The King Of Rock 'N' Roll!

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At Graceland, I got on his schedule. He was nocturnal, so I’d sleep all day and be up all night. And sometimes I’d wake up way before he would, and it was just mayhem with me and my friends. We were pretty unsupervised — running pretty wild, riding golf carts — just crazy kid stuff.- Lisa Marie 

At Graceland, I got on his schedule. He was nocturnal, so I’d sleep all day and be up all night. And sometimes I’d wake up way before he would, and it was just mayhem with me and my friends. We were pretty unsupervised — running pretty wild, riding golf carts — just crazy kid stuff.- Lisa Marie 

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RIP the King (January 8th, 1935 - August 16th, 1977)

mrbusterkeaton:

RIP the King (January 8th, 1935 - August 16th, 1977)




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I learned how important it is to entertain people and give them a reason to come and watch you play. - Elvis

He really appreciated them. There was a real relationship between Elvis and his fans. -Jerry Schilling

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I’ve been looking forward to this homecoming very much. I’ve been escorted out of these fairgrounds when I was a kid and snuck over the fence. But this is the first time I’ve been escorted in. — Elvis Presley.

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Elvis Aaron Presley

January 8, 1935 - August 16, 1977

“I ain’t no saint, but I’ve tried never to do anything that would hurt my family or offend God… I figure all any kid needs is hope and the feeling he or she belongs. If I could do or say anything that would give some kid that feeling, I would believe I had contributed something to the world.” -Elvis commenting to a reporter, 1950’s. 

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ELVIS ARON PRESLEY (1935 - 1977)
35 years since the King has left his Kingdom.
“On the day Elvis Presley died, a scorched Las Vegas had for months been praying for rain. Because of the near-drought, water was served in restaurants only ‘on request,’ at the moment news came over the radio of the death of Elvis, rain began to fall, there wasn’t thunder … . there was no lighting, but there was heavy constant rain for hours; drenching the parched earth, it was as though the Heavens were crying for a beautiful legend who had made so many others happy, but never found contentment for himself.”  —Eunice Field

kingelvis:

ELVIS ARON PRESLEY (1935 - 1977)

35 years since the King has left his Kingdom.

“On the day Elvis Presley died, a scorched Las Vegas had for months been praying for rain. Because of the near-drought, water was served in restaurants only ‘on request,’ at the moment news came over the radio of the death of Elvis, rain began to fall, there wasn’t thunder … . there was no lighting, but there was heavy constant rain for hours; drenching the parched earth, it was as though the Heavens were crying for a beautiful legend who had made so many others happy, but never found contentment for himself.”  —Eunice Field




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OH MY GOSH! This blog is nothing but perfection. I'm just..a huge Elvis Presley fan and I'm fairly new to Tumblr. I'm so glad i stumbled upon this blog. Thank you thank you thank you!

Thank you so much! I am very glad you like my blog! Woo~ Elvis fans unite!! 8D




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