Written by Aaron Schroeder, Claude DeMetrius, Hal Blair, Bill Peppers
Recorded by Elvis January 11 1956

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I Was The One is a song by Elvis Presley, written by Aaron Schroeder, Bill Peppers, Claude Demetrius and Hal Blair.

Elvis recorded it at RCA's Studios, Nashville, on January 11, 1956. It was released as the flip side of the "Heartbreak Hotel" single (RCA Victor 20-6420 (78 rpm record) and RCA Victor 47-6420 (single) in 1956. Producer was Steve Sholes.
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World culture has never been the same since Elvis Presley left his mark on
American music. His is the image most often associated with the rock and
roll movement of the 50's and 60's. He is such an important figure that he
is often referred to as "The King of Rock and Roll", or simply "The King".








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