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I hope I never ever love anyone this much again

I can't take it anymore, I've been hurt before

But never ever quite like this time

What will become of me when you're no longer here

If I can't stop loving you, what am I to do

You'll be free but where will I be

Now that I'm used to love, how can I stand alone

Now that love has come and gone, like the ending of a song

A song my lonely heart keeps singing

Where do I go from here, will I get over you

If so, next time I'll be smart, I'll know before I start

A heart that don't care, don't get broken

I hope I never ever love anyone this much again

Never ever, never again

Never again

( Words and Music by Chesnut / Wheeler )
                                   NEVER AGAIN

This song was born in a motel in Ashville, N.C. I was there for a visit with my friend, Billy Edd Wheeler, who lived nearby.  Since we had enjoyed such good luck with "IT"S MIDNIGHT", the first song we'd written together, we decided to write another song. Elvis captured both these songs, and strangely enough, we never even thought of writing anything together again. I guess there was nothing left to prove...........

Elvis recorded this song in the JUNGLE ROOM of Graceland in the last album he ever recorded, titled "FROM ELVIS PRESLEY BOULEVARD". It has since been re-released in a CD titled "THE JUNGLE ROOM SESSIONS".

Later, he came to Nashville, to record and they took him to a house with a studio in it, which was the fad here at the time. He took one look at it and left. I guess he thought, if he was going to record in a house, he'd do it in his !

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