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Heartbreak Hotel
Elvis Presley
Writer(s) Tommy Durden
Mae Boren Axton
Elvis Presley
Recorded 1956
Length 2:08

"Heartbreak Hotel" is a single by Elvis Presley that was recorded on January 10, 1956, and officially released on January 27, 1956.

Cover versionEdit

Lana Del Rey covered this song during her performance at the CMJ showcase held at The Living Room in New York City, New York, on October 24, 2008. There is no known recording of this performance, but her cover of this song was confirmed in a review of the show.[1]

LyricsEdit

Well, since my baby left me
I found a new place to dwell
It's down at the end of lonely street
at Heartbreak Hotel

You make me so lonely baby
I get so lonely
I get so lonely I could die

And although it's always crowded
you still can find some room
Where broken hearted lovers
do cry away their gloom

You make me so lonely baby
I get so lonely
I get so lonely I could die

Well, the Bell hop's tears keep flowin'
and the desk clerk's dressed in black
Well they been so long on lonely street
They ain't ever gonna look back

You make me so lonely baby
I get so lonely
I get so lonely I could die

Hey now, if your baby leaves you
and you got a tale to tell
Just take a walk down lonely street
to Heartbreak Hotel

ReferencesEdit

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