Three Corn Patches
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|"Three Corn Patches"|
|Song by T-Bone Walker (1972)|
|Writer(s)||Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller|
|Elvis Presley (1973)|
Three Corn Patches is a song written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller that was first recorded by bluesman T-Bone Walker and released on his 1972 Very Rare double album. In July 1973 it was recorded by Elvis Presley in sessions at the Stax Records Memphis studio and was the last known new song Presley recorded to be written by the duo responsible for Presley classics such as "Hound Dog" and "Jailhouse Rock".
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