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  1. B.J. Thomas was a childhood friend of Mark's, and "Hooked on a Feeling" is one of Mark's songs that B.J. did. Elvis did some of Mark's other songs, including "Moody Blue," The title cut of Elvis' last studio album. If his record label had promoted his version more, Mark might have had a bigger hit with the original release of "Suspicious Minds.".
  2. With suspicious minds And we can't build our dreams On suspicious minds Caught in a trap I can't walk out Because I love you too much baby Why can't you see album: "Fine Young Cannibals" () Johnny Come Home. Couldn't Care More. Don't Ask Me To Choose. Funny How Love Is. Suspicious Minds. Blue. Move To Work. On A Promise.
  3. With suspicious minds And we can't build our dreams On suspicious minds So, if an old friend I know Drops by to say hello Would I still see suspicion in your eyes? Here we go again Asking where I've been You can't see these tears are real I'm crying We can't go on together With suspicious minds And we can't build our dreams On suspicious minds.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Suspicious Minds on Discogs. Label: Camden - CDS ,RCA Camden - CDS • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Rock & Roll/5(17).
  5. Release: RCA Victor Suspicious Minds / You'll Think Of Me (45) Artist: Elvis Presley Release Date: 8/26/ Cover: picture sleeve front and back. On the Suspicious Minds side, the Soon available Elvis on RCA Cassettes and copywrite info is in red.
  6. * Items below may differ depending on the release. Review Twelve years after The Memphis Record came out, RCA released Suspicious Minds, which is essentially that session in its diodinhensperverobucatabliricep.xyzinfo the additional material and alternate takes will likely appeal mostly to fans and collectors, as casual listeners may prefer the brevity of the original.
  7. "Suspicious Minds" was written in by Mark James (aka Francis Zambon). Performed by Elvis Presley beginning in , "Suspicious Minds" is widely regarded as the single that jump-started Presley's career after his successful Comeback Special. It was Elvis's eighteenth and last number-one single in the United States.

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