his wasn't an ordinary beauty.I accept that he had the most perfect human design(for me) an artist could imagine but only with the vibes coming from him that look became the thing most of us love to look at and see..much deeper than the beauty on the surface,kind of a light,something that heals and ease a pain only by looking at..aging has nothing to do with this kind of beauty.besides,I guess one doesn't have to be a female to detect this,because it's far beyond the opposite sex magnetism,there's a big plus to it..
How I wish Elvis is still here. I "fell in-love" with him when I was just 7, and I don't think his age will really matter. I think I will still feel the same even if he is 74, I just feel a special connection to him and I can't just put my finger to it. Maybe it's his charisma and talent.
I think he will still be a hunk at 74, look at Sean Connery he's 100 years old and still very much a hunk!
I will definitely go to many of his shows, already by now ,...
I went to see Tom Jones, Engelbert Humperdinck, Johnny Mathis, Wayne Newton, Paul Anka ...numbers of times and the crooners still have IT, the voice, charisma, the new songs they had just 'wow's me ... I have to say Elvis missed alot as he died too young too soon... Wish WE COULD bring him back ......
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I know an artist who's in fact 105 years old.. and still performing.. His name is Johannes Heesters, pronounced Yo-han-nis Hay-sturs in Anglo-American..
So I've got about 82 years left to become just as amazing!
Besides.. arrogance is for youth and true inner beauty for old age.
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all the goons I left behind,
memories still linger..
I first loved him when I was 8...I don't remember it being because he was good looking, maybe that didn't hurt(as I got older that certainly didn't pass my notice), but what I remember is a total feeling of joy hearing him sing and in particular seeing him smile...and he never lost that smile..he would still be my first sweet crush..no matter what he looked like, I think it's more of a special place his has in my heart....
Looks don't mean eveything. Everybody gets older and ages. I'm 44 and married for almost 17 years now. It would be madness if we don't love eachother anymore when we are 60 or 70, just because we don't look 18 anymore. Love is more than just looks. It's also about trust and compagnionship. My hon is my lover, friend, buddy and soulmate. And I kinda feel the same for Elvis (With exeption of lover ofcourse. lol)
Let the stars fade and fall, and I won't care at all, as long as I have you.
"You've got it all together like a lovin' machine
You're lookin' like glory and walkin' like a dream...
Mother nature's sure been good to Y-O-U"
Of course I would still be an Elvis Presley fan!
Like someone else said, looks aren't everything.
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just means he'd been the most handsome older man
part of Elvis' appeal was his appearance to men and women - men wanted to copy him and women wanted to have him
but just being attractive wouldn't have been enough without the charisma, talent and his ability to perform and read an audience
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No, it was more than just his looks, it was his talent and his character, too
and I'm not convinced that he would be wretched looking at 75, like has been stated,
Sean Connery, Gregory Peck, Michael Douglas, lots of good looking older men out there,
Just pretend, I'm holding you, and whispering things soft and low.
And think of me, how it's gonna be and just pretend I didn't go