Which all the records you've recorded, is your favorite song?
"It's Now or Never, " "0 Solo Mio. " (Applause.)
"0 Solo Mio" was the largest selling.
And then the next one too was "Don't be Cruel," I think, then "Hound Dog".. ."Heartburn Motel, " whatever.
I went to Hawaii to get a tan for New York (laughs), I came in last night very late and I had to go to bed, because we're having a rehearsal now and I go back to rehearsal after this press conference...unless you've got something better in mind (laughs).
Is your wife Priscilla with you?
No she's not.
Will I talk to my father?
I have to (laugh), he handles all my personal affairs.
Well sir...at what point did you realize that your son was more than an ordinair son?
[Vernon Presley] Well, it's kinda hard to say.
You know, it happened so fast its hard to keep up with it.
It just "boom" overnight and there it was.
So I'd say maybe...probably 1956, and the first television show.
I tried to tell him sooner, but he wouldn't listen.
[Vernon] No, I have no regrets of it.
In fact, I have enjoyed it, really.
Elvis, which kind of song do you like doing the best?
No, it's a conscious thing...I, I like to mix 'em up.
In other words, I like to do a song like "Bridge over Troubled Water" or "[An] American Trilogy," or something.
Then mix it up and do some rock and roll, some of the hard rock stuff.
I'm not the least bit ashamed of "Hound Dog" or "Heartbreak Hotel, " or whatever those things were.
Elvis, can you see yourself retiring at all?
Not, not really.
I've got too much energy.
I don't think so.
Not as long as I can.
[Tom Parker] I'd like to live up to my reputation of bein' a nice guy, this is it, folks.
Beautiful baby, beautiful.
I've got to go back to rehearsal, folks, thank you very much.
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