Yeah, yeah, yeah
Composed by Jerry Leiber & Mike Stoller
Supposedly Elvis recorded this song for the movie Viva Las Vegas but no proof has been found.
Yippee yi yo, yippee yi yay (a.k.a. Comedy sketch)
Composed by Steve Allen
A comedy sketch in the 1956 Steve Allen Show during which Elvis sings 4 lines.
You can hear it on the unofficial LP TV Guide presents Elvis.
You are my good looking woman (a.k.a. You're such a good looking woman)
Composed by Albert Hammond & Lee Hazlewood
According to a review of the movie That's the way it is in Record Mirror of November 28, 1970 this is one of the songs sung in the movie and that is how rumors start......
You are my sunshine
Composed by James David & Charles Mitchell
Supposedly Elvis recorded this song at Sun Records but no proof has been found.
You better run
Composed by C.J. Johnson
Elvis sang this song live July 19, 1975 afternoon show in Uniondale
You can hear it on the unofficial LP America's own and audience recorded concerts.
You can have her
Composed by Bill Cook
Elvis sang this song live May 11, 1974 in Los Angeles.
You can hear it on the unofficial CD Los Angeles 5/11/74 and audience recorded concerts.
You can't blame a guy for trying
Composed by ?
Supposedly recorded at RCA-Victor in the 1960's but no proof has been found.
You don't know me
Composed by Cindy Walken & Eddy Arnold
Elvis sang (a line of) this song live August 14, 1970 midnight show in Las Vegas.
You can hear it on the unofficial LP Oh happy day and audience recorded concerts.
You do something to me
Composed by Cole Porter
Elvis sang (a line of) this song live April 1, 1975 closing show in Las Vegas.
You can hear it on the unofficial CD April Fool's Day II and audience recorded concerts.
You'll never walk alone
Composed by Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein II
Elvis sang this song live July 19, 1975 evening show in Uniondale.
You can hear it on the unofficial LP We'll remember you, vol. 1 and audience recorded concerts.
Young and beautiful
Composed by Abner Silver & Aaron Schroeder
Elvis sang (a line of) this song live August 19, 1975 dinner show in Las Vegas.
You can hear it on audience recorded concerts and unofficial LP Long lost songs.
Composed by Elton John a.k.a. Reginald Dwight
Supposedly Elvis recorded this song at RCA-Victor on June 6, 1970 but no proof has been found, except that 2 matrixnumbers i.e. ZPA4-1611 & ZPA4-1612 are a mystery as these are not documented in the series ZPA4-1593 up to and including ZPA4-1628 used for Elvis' sessions June 4 to 8, 1970.
On June 6, 1970 Tony Joe White recorded at the same studio as Elvis, except Elvis recorded at night and Tony Joe White during the day. Perhaps these 2 matrixnumbers were used for 2 of Tony Joe White's recordings?
You touched me softly in the morning (a.k.a. Softly)
Composed by Neal Schon
Supposedly Elvis sang this song live during a 1975 concert but no proof has been found.
You turned the tables on me
Composed by Sidney Mitchell & Louis Alter
Supposedly Elvis recorded this song at RCA-Victor in the 1950's but no proof has been found.
You win again
Composed by Hank Williams
Fanclub reports in 1970 mention a planned release of a Camden album called Presley featuring this song.
There is no proof Elvis recorded this song.
This concludes the information about rumoured titles.
Some were just one-liners during a live-concert, others were complete songs but audience recorded, hence the sound quality is not suitable for an official release, although there is a good chance these songs will be released on the fan-label Follow That Dream a.k.a. FTD.
Interesting information for people interested in the music of Elvis Presley can be found in the following essentials books:
- Elvis Presley, a life in music (the complete recording sessions) by Ernst Jorgensen (ISBN 0-312-18572-3)
- Elvis sessions III (the recorded music of Elvis Aron Presley 1953 to 1977) by Joseph A. Tunzi (ISBN 1-888464-10-0)
- Bootleg Elvis (the vinyl records: from 1970 to today) by Felix Gübeli, Rolf Gilgen, Peter van Bracht, Dick Dekker & Bruno Pause (ISBN 978-3-033-02922-4)