What Was the Last Song Elvis Presley Recorded?

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The last song to be recorded by Elvis Presley before his death was called 'He'll Have To Go'. Elvis recorded the song on the 31st of October 1976 and it's his last known studio recording session. The song was first recorded by Jim Reeves in 1959 and Elvis died on the 16th of August 1977 in Memphis, Tennessee.
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'He'll Have To Go' was the last song Elvis Presley recorded. That's what is stated on elvisinfo.net anyway. The song is on the Jungle Room Sessions album and was recored in 1976,
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