About the song I Love You Because – Elvis Presley
“I Love You Because” is a song by Elvis Presley, recorded on July 4, 1954, and released on his debut album, Elvis Presley, on March 23, 1956. It was written by Leon Payne. The song is a mid-tempo ballad with a simple melody and lyrics that express the singer’s unconditional love for their beloved.
“I Love You Because” was one of Presley’s earliest hits, reaching number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1956. It has been covered by many artists, including Aretha Franklin, Linda Ronstadt, and Dolly Parton.
The song’s lyrics are simple but powerful. The singer expresses their love for their beloved in a way that is both romantic and heartfelt. [Image of Elvis Presley I Love You Because]
The song’s popularity can be attributed to its simple melody and its relatable lyrics. “I Love You Because” is a song that anyone can relate to, whether they are in a loving relationship or not.
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I Love You Because – Elvis Presley Lyric
I love you because you understand, dearEvery single thing I try to do You’re always there to lend a helping hand, dear I love you most of all, because you’re youNo matter what the world may say about meI know your love will always see me through I love you for the way you never doubt me But most of all I love you, ’cause you’re youNo matter what may be the style or seasonI know your heart will always be true I love you for a hundred thousand reasons But most of all I love you, ’cause you’re you