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“Wooden Heart” . . . traditional German Folk Song . . . .Sung by Elvis Presley . . . Chord/Melody arrangement by Ukulele Mike Lynch. . . . contained in the Ukulele Chord/Melody eBook THREE . . . now reduced to just $20.00

July 18, 2016

wooden heart blog headerPerformance by Elvis Presley in the movie “G.I. Blues”

“Wooden Heart” (“Muss i dennlit. Must I then) is a song best known for its use in the 1960 Elvis Presley film G.I. Blues. The song was a hit single for Presley in the UK Singles Chart, making No. 1 for six weeks there in March and April 1961,[1][2] but was not released on a single in the United States until November 1964, where it was the B-side to “Blue Christmas“. Presley performed the song live during his Dinner Show concert at the Hilton Hotel in Las Vegas in 1975, a recording available on the Elvis Presley live album Dinner At Eight.

Below is a short clip from the beginning of the song . . .

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“Wooden Heart” is contained in the Chord Melody eBook THREE.  It can be purchased by making a payment of $20.00 through the paypal button on the Ukulele Mike website: Once purchased, it will be personally emailed to you within the day. . .


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Each of the Chord/Melody eBooks can be purchased individually for $20.00 or all together at the NEW “TRILOGY” combined discount of just $50.00

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Announcing the release of the NEW Chord melody ebook FOUR  $25.95



All 4 of the Chord melody ebooks can be purchased at a combo discount price of  $70


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  1. August 6, 2016 2:54 p08

    Reblogged this on UKULELE MIKE LYNCH – All things UKULELE.

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