On June 21, 1977, Elvis Presley performed the song at a show in Rapid City, South Dakota. The performance, described as “the last great moment of his career”, was recorded for his last television special two months before his death in August 1977. A single, based on this recording, was released in March 1978 by RCA Records with “Softly, As I Leave You” as the b-side. The song reached No. 6 in the country charts of both the US and Canada, and was certified Gold by Music Canada on July 10, 1986.
Another live version recorded earlier on April 24, 1977, at Crisler Arena in Ann Arbor, Michigan was included in his last album Moody Blue. Both versions had studio overdubs with additional instruments added before they were released.
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