About The Song

– “Love Letters” is a 1945 popular song with lyrics by Edward Heyman and music by Victor Young. The song appeared, without lyrics, in the movie of the same name performed by Dick Haymes, and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Song in 1945 but lost out to “It Might as Well Be Spring”.
– Elvis Presley recorded his version of “Love Letters” on May 26, 1966. Just over a week later on June 8, 1966, RCA released the song as a single b/w “Come What May” with the Jordanaires. “Love Letters” peaked at No. 19 on the Billboard Hot 100 on July 22, 1966. It was on the chart for just 7 weeks.

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Lyric

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Love letters straight from your heartKeep us so near while apartI’m not alone in the nightWhen I can have all the love you write
I memorize every lineI kiss the name that you signAnd darling, then, I read again right from the start, ooh, yesLove letters straight all the way from your heart
I memorize every lineI kiss the nameI kiss the name that you signAnd darling, then, I read again right from the start, oohLove letters straight all the way from your heartOoh-ooh-ooh-ooh, ooh, ooh