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One of Elvis’ best performances on the big screen, perfect.

“Big Love, Big Heartache” is a song featured in the Elvis Presley movie “Roustabout” released in 1964. The song was written by Joy Byers and performed by Elvis Presley.

In the movie, Elvis plays a motorcycle riding musician named Charlie Rogers, who joins a traveling carnival as a roustabout. “Big Love, Big Heartache” is a pivotal song in the film, as it highlights Charlie’s romantic struggles with the carnival owner’s daughter, Cathy.

The song has a classic 1960s rock and roll sound, with a catchy guitar riff and upbeat tempo. Elvis’ vocals are energetic and expressive, as he sings about the highs and lows of love. The chorus features the memorable lines, “Big love, big heartache, I know the score / Oh, how I wish it wasn’t true anymore.”

Overall, “Big Love, Big Heartache” is a standout track in the movie “Roustabout” and a great example of Elvis’ talent as a performer and vocalist.

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