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    Elvis Presley - A Group of Elvis's personal Lyric Cards from the film Easy Come Easy Go (1967).
    A set of 12 lyric cards from the 1967 Elvis musical-comedy, Easy Come, Easy Go. The cards are comprised of 8.5" x 11" sheets of paper with typed song titles and lyrics, as well as Paramount Music Director Joseph J. Lilley's handwritten notes detailing song key, take number, etc., stapled to 9" x 12" pieces of cardboard. Songs include "Easy Come, Easy Go", "I'll Take Love", "Leave My Woman Alone" (which Elvis did not end up recording), "The Love Machine", and others. Showing little wear or aging. Fine condition.

    PROVENANCE: From the Estate of Joseph J. Lilley, Music Director at Paramount Studios. Lot consigned directly by Lilley's daughter, Mary.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2016
    12th Saturday
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