What does Hunka Hunka Burnin Love mean?

A sexually attractive man with a well-developed physique.” As you see, “hunk” also has tha meaning of “a hell of a lot” or so. And I think this is what fits best here. For the Elvis song “Burning Love” (1973 or so No. 1 in the US) it’s, surely, true, for the text goes “I’ve got a hunka burning love”.

Who sang the song Burning Love?

Elvis PresleyBurning Love / ArtistElvis Aaron Presley was an American singer and actor. Dubbed the “King of Rock and Roll”, he is regarded as one of the most significant cultural icons of the 20th century. Wikipedia

Who wrote Elvis song Burning Love?

Dennis LindeBurning Love / ComposerDennis Linde was an American music songwriter based in Nashville who has had over 250 of his songs recorded. Rarely working with co-writers, he wrote both words and music for most of his songs. In 1994, Linde won BMI’s “Top Writer Award” and received four awards as BMI’s most-performed titles for that year. Wikipedia

Why did Elvis make burning love?

It killed Elvis to sing this song about a man’s separation from his daughter and wife, but at the same time, he loved it. Jarvis was pleased to see his artist so engaged, but he also saw the depression and a total lack of interest in cutting a hit record.

Who wrote falling in love with you?

Luigi Creatore
Hugo PerettiGeorge David Weiss
Can’t Help Falling in Love/Composers

What was Elvis Presley’s last #1 hit?

Suspicious Minds
Among the cuts Presley laid down at Memphis’ American Sound Studio was his seventh and final No. 1 single on the Billboard Hot 100, “Suspicious Minds.” (Note: many of his hits predate the launch of the Hot 100 in August of 1958. Those include “Heartbreak Hotel,” “Hound Dog” and “Don’t Be Cruel,” which all hit No.

What was Elvis’s last Top 10 hit?

Released in 1972, “Burning Love” became Elvis Presley’s final hit record, the last of his 38 top ten singles on Billboard’s pop music chart. As Ernst Jorgensen noted, at the time Elvis was not enthusiastic about recording the song, or any rock ‘n’ roll song, for that matter.

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