Thrill of Your Love

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"Thrill of Your Love"
Song by Elvis Presley
from the album Elvis Is Back!
RecordedApril 4, 1960
Label RCA Victor
Songwriter(s) Stan Kesler
Producer(s) Steve Sholes, Chet Atkins, Elvis Presley

Thrill of Your Love is a song written by Stan Kesler and recorded by Elvis Presley in 1960 for his first post-army album Elvis Is Back! . It was first recorded by Carl McVoy in 1958 under the title "A Woman's Love." His version remained unissued at the time, but has since appeared on compilations. [1]

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