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    Nov 13,  · On the WHERE DID THEY GO, LORD side, title on two lines where LORD on own line. On top, Vocal accompaniment: on one line. The Imperials on one line and Quartet & The Jordanaires on another line. Matrix numbers: ZPKMS-B1A / ZPKMS-A4A (hand etched) (Rockaway pressing) Matrix numbers: ZPKMS B1A / ZPKMS A2C .
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    Jun 16,  · Check out Where Did They Go, Lord by Elvis Presley on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on jefffunkphyfabagcontringsordorushito.coinfo5/5(2).
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    Rags to Riches / Where Did They Go, Lord, a Single by Elvis Presley. Released in on Jugoton (catalog no. SRCA; Vinyl 7"). Genres: Gospel, Pop Rock.3/5(1).
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    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Elvis Presley - Where Did They Go, Lord at Discogs. Complete your Elvis Presley collection.
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    Where Did They Go, Lord? is a song by Elvis Presley. It was recorded on September 22, , and adapted from Dallas Frazier's original version. It first appeared on a single as the B-side to Elvis' recording of "Rags to Riches" (RCA Victor ). It was first released on LP on the compilation album He Walks Beside Me.
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    Well but Lord she just walked off all alone But all that is within me is the bitter just ending And bewildered because her love is gone Oh the passion I trusted The truth that I leaned on And the hope that would forever keep me strong I cry out my questions Oh, the answers are all gone Where did they go Lord, tell me where did they go.
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    Elvis Aaron Presley (January 8, — August 16, ) was an American singer and actor. Regarded as one of the most significant cultural icons of the 20th century, he is often referred to as the "King of Rock and Roll" or simply the "King".

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