View Poll Results: Which Song You Liked As A Medley With In The Ghetto

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  • Walk A Mile In My Shoes/In The Ghetto February 1970

    13 32.50%
  • Don't Cry Daddy/In The Ghetto TTWII Version

    27 67.50%
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Thread: Which Song You Like Together On Stage With In The Ghetto

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    International Level WHITETIGERMAN's Avatar
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    Which Song You Like Together On Stage With In The Ghetto

    Ok...Elvis' hit In The Ghetto.There are two songs I know that he did as a medley with it....Walk A Mile In MY Shoes during the February 1970 Vegas shows and also during TTWII with Don't Cry Daddy.Which one do you guys like?I'd rather hear it with Don't Cry Daddy.

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    I VOTED FOR DON'T CRY DADDY. THEY SOUND GOOD TOGETHER THEY ARE BOTH SLOW MALANCHONY SONGS WITH A MESSAGE. BUT WALK A MILE IN MY SHOES IS A GREAT SONG ALSO.

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    Though I LOVE Walk a Mile In My Shoes I think that Don't Cry Daddy fits with In The Ghetto better. In TTWII it merge almost seamlessly into In Then Ghetto. I think Walk a Mile In My Shoes stands on it's own.

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    I voted the second one

    I think those two songs are perfect and much more similar to sing in a medley

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    I prefer the Don't Cry Daddy-In The Ghetto version.
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    I voted Walk a Mile in My Shoes/In The Ghetto

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    i voted Don't Cry Daddy/In The Ghetto TTWII Version

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    Quote Originally Posted by Awickedreigndrop View Post
    Though I LOVE Walk a Mile In My Shoes I think that Don't Cry Daddy fits with In The Ghetto better. In TTWII it merge almost seamlessly into In Then Ghetto.


    Agreed 100%! Ending chord - wise, "Don't Cry Daddy" and "In The Ghetto" were a perfect pairing of songs - one could flow seamlessly (as you said) right into the other. I've never heard the "In the Ghetto"/"Walk A Mile In My Shoes" renditions so....I can't make a judgement on that - but seeing as both songs end on very different chords, I don't see how it would work.

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    I voted for Don't Cry Daddy/In The Ghetto TTWII Version.
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    Don't Cry Daddy/ In THe Ghetto, as I remember they were my dad's two fdavorite songs, so it was nice and rolled up into a package.

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