Which of these is the best?

Jailhouse Rock, by Mr Elvis Presley:

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Always on my Mind

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Love Me Tender

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Suspicious Minds

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Scot McKnight is a recognized authority on the New Testament, early Christianity, and the historical Jesus. McKnight, author of more than fifty books, is the Professor of New Testament at Northern Seminary in Lombard, IL.

  • Kenton

    I know it’s cliche to prefer early Elvis to late Elvis, but I still have to go with early Elvis.

    Love Me Tender edges out Jailhouse Rock. Jailhouse Rock is a better song, but Elvis was a performer not a songwriter, and Love Me Tender was one of his best performances.

  • Snowbyrrd

    I am going to have to vote for Jailhouse Rock!

  • http://www.facebook.com/stephanie.seefeldt steph seefeldt

    none.

    ok, ok.

    suspicious minds.

    but ‘little less conversation’ would be my most fave elvis tune.

  • Watchman

    Now, you’re talking. Elvis is a classic. He had real talent unlike those four Brits from Liverpool. ;-)

  • http://cdntheologianscholar.wordpress.com Amanda

    Suspicious Minds. Followed closely by Jailhouse Rock.

  • Rick in TX

    Kenton nailed it. Elvis 56 trumps Elvis 68. Elvis 68 trumps Elvis 70s. Watchman however is just messing with your head!

  • SuperStar

    Jailhouse Rock by far. It helped launch the rock n roll scene even more quickly worldwide. Sappy Elvis might have been popular with the ladies, but it didn’t start a movement.

  • discokvn

    love me tender

    suspicious minds

    always on my mind

    jailhouse rock

  • Mich

    Jailhouse Rock!


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