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I Got Ya, Elvis, I Got Ya!
Page, Betty ; Davidson , Rechey (Ed.) (1978)

Page's Publishing Inc. , Memphis (TN) , 3rd print
paperback , 104 pages , 21.1 x 14 x 0.8 cm , 0.193 kg
no ISBN

Category: Memoirs and memories
Language: English
Description: A fan book from Betty Page with stories hanging around Graceland Gates and Memphis in the 70's. The first time she went to Elvis' house was in July 29th, 1975. Includes 72 pages with text plus 32 pages with color photos taken by Betty of Elvis in concert during 1975 to 1977 and photos around Graceland and Memphis.
Source(s): Cover, info and description : ElvisBooks

This book has been rated by 5 person(s), 4 of them have read this book.
Their average rating is 7.8.
Their comments:

" The book is a "diary" of sorts by an overzealous Elvis fanatic who spends her waking hours sitting outside Elvis' home waiting to follow him around Memphis, circa 1975-77. It's a bizarre memoir, and a keen look into one of the reasons why Elvis probably went insane. How could anyone live their life with people like this following them around on a daily basis? "

" A very unusual insight into the story of two dedicated fans - Memphis in the 70's - incredible. "

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