My name is Bill Burk. I'm a journalist in Memphis, Tennessee and I've authored 12 Elvis books, and I make Elvis talks at Elvis conventions all around the world.
Of all the 750 or more songs that Elvis recorded during his career, I felt, like, that "In the Ghetto" was the song that he probably put more of his heart and spirit into - and while Elvis wasn't born in a big city ghetto, I felt, like, that his poor upbringing in Tupelo, Mississippi gave him an insight into this little boy in the song and for that reason it's been my favourite.
Well, he was a very, very wonderful person to be a friend to - he was a very loyal person. You knew at all times that if you ever needed his help in anything, that you could just call and ask and you would get it done. In return, with a friendship, he always expected one hundred per cent loyalty from you. I never asked him for anything. I said the only thing I'll ever ask of you is your friendship, and I tell people that's all I ever got.
to author - tė jesh autori/e i , (nė anglisht shumė folje formohen nga emri pėrkatės, si nė kėtėt rast: author -> to author)
it gave him an insight into - i dha mundėsinė tė kuptonte nė thellėsi
poor upbringing - kėtu: fėmijėri e varfėr
one hundred percent loyalty - njėqind pėr qind besnikėri
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