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Bringin' It Back

Words & Music by Greg Gordon

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Bringin' It Back

Words & Music by Greg Gordon

If I can never see you, if I can never hold you
If I can never touch your face or feel your warm embrace
I still remember talkin', I still remember laughin'
I still remember lovin' you a lot and touchin' you

Only bringin' it back, only just bringin' it back
A familiar face, a familiar face just brings it all back
Everything's bringin' it back, good songs bringin' it back
Even after so much time, everything's bringin' it back

Thinkin' in my solitude, wonderin' about your attitude
Thinkin' maybe that your love has died
There it is, I can see it in your eyes
A look of sweet surrender, a touch of too much sadness
'Cause I've hurt you so, you know your sorrow shows
You just can't stay, but you can't let go

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Bringin' It Back was written by Greg Gordon and recorded by Elvis on March 12, 1975, at RCA's Hollywood studios. Elvis's single release had a five-week stay on Billboard's Hot 100 chart, reaching #65. In August 1975, Brenda Lee had a #23 country hit with Bringing It Back (MCA 40442). Although her single was released before Elvis's single, Elvis's version was issued first on the Elvis Today LP.

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If I can never see you, if I can never hold you
If I can never touch your face or feel your warm embrace
I still remember talkin', I still remember laughin'
I still remember lovin' you a lot and touchin' you

Only bringin' it back, only just bringin' it back
A familiar face, a familiar face just brings it all back
Everything's bringin' it back, good songs bringin' it back
Even after so much time, everything's bringin' it back

Thinkin' in my solitude, wonderin' about your attitude
Thinkin' maybe that your love has died
There it is, I can see it in your eyes
A look of sweet surrender, a touch of too much sadness
'Cause I've hurt you so, you know your sorrow shows
You just can't stay, but you can't let go


Bringin' It Back was written by Greg Gordon and recorded by Elvis on March 12, 1975, at RCA's Hollywood studios. Elvis's single release had a five-week stay on Billboard's Hot 100 chart, reaching #65. In August 1975, Brenda Lee had a #23 country hit with Bringing It Back (MCA 40442). Although her single was released before Elvis's single, Elvis's version was issued first on the Elvis Today LP.