I Forgot To Remember To Forget ©Elvis Presley 1955

Written by Stanley Kesler and Charlie Feathers
Recorded by Elvis July 11 1955

Elvis recorded "I Forgot To Remember To Forget" July 11 1955 at Sun Records with Scotty Moore and Bill Black and Johnny Bernero on drums. It reached #1 for 5 weeks on Billboard's Country Juke Box chart and #1 for 2 weeks on the Country Best-Seller chart, remaining on the chart for 39 weeks, the longest of any Elvis single release on any Billboard chart. It was the B-side to Mystery Train. Elvis frequently sang this song on the Louisiana Hayride.

The song reached the Billboard national country music chart #1 position on February 25, 1956 on the Billboard C&W Best Sellers in Stores chart, and remained there at #1 for 2 weeks, and spent 5 weeks at #1 on the Billboard C&W Most Played in Juke Boxes chart. The record reached #4 on the Billboard Most Played by Jockeys chart. It was the first recording to make Elvis Presley a national known country music star. The song remained on the country charts for 39 weeks.
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I Forgot To Remember To Forget
©Elvis Presley (1955)


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