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Published on Apr 6, 2012
Elvis Presley recorded this song on June 8, 1970 a the RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee. In 1971, Elvis Presley hit the top ten on the country charts with this version. The single release had a 9-week stay on the Hot 100 Chart, peaking at #21. It reached #9 on the Country Chart, and it peaked at #2 on the Easy-Listening Chart It is written by: Dallas Frazier And is available on: Elvis Country (I'm 10,000 Years Old) [US Bonus Tracks]
There goes my only possession There goes my everything
I hear footsteps slowly walking As they gently walk across the lonely floor And a voice is softly saying Darling this will be goodbye for evermore
There goes my reason for living There goes the one of my dreams There goes my only possession There goes my everything
As my memory turns back the pages I can see the happy years we've had before Now the love that kept this heart beating Has been shattered by the closing of the door