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Elvis Presley’s performance of “Let Yourself Go” on his 1968 Comeback Special is considered one of the most iconic moments of his career. The song was written by Joy Byers and originally recorded by Nancy Sinatra, but Elvis made it his own with his electrifying performance.

The song was performed during the “Black Leather” segment of the Comeback Special, which was Elvis’s first live performance in seven years. He was dressed in a black leather suit, and his performance was raw and energetic, showcasing his rock and roll roots.

As the song begins, Elvis strums his guitar and sings the opening lines, “Well, baby, I’m gonna teach you what love’s all about tonight / Trust me, honey, everything’s gonna be all right.” He then launches into the chorus, urging his audience to “let yourself go” and enjoy the moment.

Throughout the performance, Elvis moves around the stage with confidence, interacting with the audience and his band. His voice is powerful and full of emotion, demonstrating why he was considered one of the greatest singers of all time.

The performance of “Let Yourself Go” on the 1968 Comeback Special was a turning point in Elvis’s career, as it showed that he could still connect with his audience and perform with the same energy and passion as he did in his early years. It remains one of the most iconic moments in rock and roll history.

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