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Words & Music: Teddy Redell
They say you found somebody new
Whose love will always be true
I don't know what it is to be alone
That's why I dread to know you're gone

Oh Judy, don't let our sweet love
Wither and die like flowers in the fall
Oh Judy, don't you know it's you
I love most of all

Oh, please come back I promise always to be true
Oh Judy, there'll never be anyone else dear but you

Oh, please come back I promise always to be true
Oh Judy, there'll never be anyone else dear but you
Recorded: 1961/03/12, first released on Something for Everybody


bajo (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 7, 2020report abuse
I've always liked Judy since I first heard it! That was on a German EP called Kiss Me Quick! When I got hold of the Something For Everybody LP it was side 2 that were played the most. And the album remains a fav of mine! I feel that Judy deserve at least 4 stars!
Steve V (profilecontact) wrote on Jul 5, 2018report abuse
Flawless sound, and a flawless vocal, but less than stellar material. Good LP filler I guess. SFE was a major step down from EIB. I once played this for a classmate named Judy back in the 60's. She thought it was bad.
atomic powered poste (profilecontact) wrote on Jul 5, 2018report abuse
A mediocre filler, lifted up by the great studio b sound by bill porter and elvis voice. He was truly in his prime as a singer at this point. Still one of the weakest songs on an underrated lp. 2 points for the song and 1 bonus pont for the recording.
Cruiser621 (profilecontact) wrote on Jul 5, 2018report abuse
2 stars. Boring filler, but is a step above "Put The Blame On Me"; now that song is filler plus!
ntass1 (profilecontact) wrote on Jul 5, 2018report abuse
How can't you not love it.fun to listen to. five stars.
TheMemphisFan (profilecontact) wrote on Jul 5, 2015report abuse
This song is just mediocre at best. No challenge vocally for Elvis at all with this one in 1961. It was a poor choice by RCA for single release in 1967. The rocker "I Want You With Me" would've been a much better choice coupled with "There's Always Me".
trudygillenwater (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 21, 2015report abuse
Classic Elvis!
ElvisSacramento (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 14, 2014report abuse
I've always loved this song and Elvis' rendition of it was marvelous. The piano break by Floyd Cramer was amazing too. 5 Stars.
DerekH (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 13, 2014report abuse
Okay, if your called Judy, or know a girl with the same name,,
Early 60's is my fav Elvis time and love most of the tracks on
sugartummy (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 29, 2013report abuse
Always loved this song. It must be Hank Garland on staccato guitar. Floyd Cramer is excellent as usual. A perfect little song.
Gorse (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 3, 2012report abuse
Nice jaunty medium tempo song that Elvis cruise's through in first gear with a marvellous piano break. The outtake 1 is also an interesting and enjoyable version. Never skip it and worth 4 stars.
ger (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 30, 2011report abuse
Elvis at his best 5 stars
FLASHBOY (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 19, 2010report abuse
I Really love this song. Great great beat Elvis sound super good and the piano in this song is simply awsome.
Great Dane (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 18, 2010report abuse
I like it,especially the piano in this one,nice rhythm.
JerryNodak (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 18, 2010report abuse
I detest thids song.
Deano1 (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 20, 2010report abuse
The only song on side two (the rhythmic side) of the LP "Something For Everybody" that I wouldn't give at least fours stars. That said it is still a good uptempo number that deserves 3 1/2 stars. It just isn't quite as good as the other five songs.
shoesuedeblues (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 17, 2010report abuse
Shoved away on the B side of There's Always Me for it's single release in the UK. Dated perhaps in 1967 but a better choice as an A side. I also like the original Teddy Redell version. Good song and well ecorded with Elvis in great voice.
Steve V (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 21, 2009report abuse
This is a nice song that fits on the album side perfectly. A nice beat, good lyrics, fantastic production, and Elvis in his best 1961 voice. When it was released as a single in 1967, it sadly was a bit dated for the pop scene.

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