"Don't Be Cruel [Two Versions]" as written by and Elvis Presley Otis Blackwell....
You know I can be found
Sitting home all alone
If you can't come around
At least please telephone
Don't be cruel to who a heart that's true

Baby, if I made you mad
For something I might have said
Please, let's forget the past
The future looks bright ahead
Don't be cruel to who a heart that's true
I don't want no other love
Baby it's just you I'm thinking of

Don't stop thinking of me
Don't make me feel this way
Come on over here and love me
You know what I want you to say
Don't be cruel to who a heart that's true
Why should we be apart?
I really love you baby, cross my heart

Let's walk up to the preacher
And let us say I do
Then you'll know you'll have me
And I'll know that I'll have you
Don't be cruel to who a heart that's true
I don't want no other love
Baby it's just you I'm thinking of

Don't be cruel to who a heart that's true
Don't be cruel to who a heart that's true
I don't want no other love
Baby it's just you I'm thinking of


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"Don't Be Cruel" as written by Otis Blackwell Elvis A. Presley

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