She Thinks I Still Care
Oh just because I asked a friend about her
Just because I spoke her name somewhere
Just because I rang her number by mistake today
You know she thinks I, I still care
And just because I haunt the same old places
With a memory I will linger everywhere
Just because I'm not the happy guy I used to be
Lord, you know, she thinks I still care
Well, if she's happy thinking I still need her
Yeh, let that silly notion bring her cheer
Oh how could she ever be so foolish
Tell me where did she get, lord such an idea
Yeh, oh lord
Just because I asked a friend about her
And you know, just because I spoke her name somewhere
Just because, lord I saw her and went to pieces
Lord, you know, she thinks I, lord, still care
You know, she thinks I, I still care
Lord, she thinks I still care
Oh no she thinks I still care
Recorded: 1976/02/02, first released on single
January 20, 1975, In reporting the story of Elvis generosity to his police friends it is said that Denver television newsman Don Kinney jokes on air that he'd like a car, too and that Elvis buys him a Seville. 'Elvis, if you're watching - I wouldn't mind getting a car too'. Don Kinney contradicts this and tells his story.
February 2 / 3, 1976 The Jungle Room, Graceland, Memphis
Elvis has a week of recording sessions in the den at Graceland, with RCA bringing in mobile recording equipment. Songs from this will comprise the forthcoming album From Elvis Presley Boulevard, Memphis, Tennessee and over half of the forthcoming Moody Blue album.
February 3 / 4, 1976 The Jungle Room, Graceland, Memphis
Solitaire FWA5 0668-11
February 4 / 5, 1976 The Jungle Room, Graceland, Memphis
February 5 / 6, 1976 The Jungle Room, Graceland, Memphis
February 6 / 7, 1976 The Jungle Room, Graceland, Memphis
February 7 / 8, 1976 The Jungle Room, Graceland, Memphis
On Tour March 1976
Back on the concert circuit for the first time since July 1975, Elvis Presley's 16th tour throughout the States was a very short one and started with some confusion. Glen Hardin resigned and James Burton and Ronnnie Tutt indicated that they would leave as well. At the last minute Burton returned, the others were replaced.
James Burton had threatened to leave the band, unless he was given a raise. Parker refused at first, but Elvis agreed… raising not only Burton's, but all fees. Shane Kiester had replaced Glen D. Hardin on keyboards, and Larry Londin sat in for Ronnie Tutt, who joined the Grateful Dead. After just 8 shows, Kiester chose a career of his own and in April he quit the band leaving the keyboards to Tony Brown.
After the first show, Elvis made it clear that he was 'not amused' with the lack of security on and off stage. Later that day, local police officers managed to pull down a few female fans from the fire ladder outside the hotel - they had climbed the ladder in a futile attempt to see a glimpse of Elvis in his hotel room.
October 29-30, 1976
Continuation of recording in the den at Graceland.
October 29 / 30, 1976 The Jungle Room, Graceland, Memphis
October 30 / 31, 1976 The Jungle Room, Graceland, Memphis
There's A Fire Down Below (Track) FWA5 1051-NA
He'll Have To Go (Track) FWA5 1052-02
October 31, 1976 The Jungle Room, Graceland, Memphis
He'll Have To Go (V.O.) FWA5 1052-NA
Early November, 1976
Elvis and Linda Thompson, his steady girlfriend since 1972, split up.
November 23, Jerry Lee Lewis appears at the gates of Graceland in the early hours of the morning, waving a gun and demanding to see Elvis. According to the Memphis Press-Scimitar, 'Witnesses were quoted as saying [he] was screaming and cursing ... and police reported the singer was sitting in his car with a loaded .38 caliber derringer resting on his knee when they arrived'. This is the second night in a row that Lewis has shown up, telling Elvis' cousin Harold Loyd that he and Elvis have been trying to get together for a long time.
Elvis watches the whole drama on closed-circuit monitors.
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