Suspicious Minds:What Was The Reason Behind Elvis Presley’s Jail House Rock

Did the king of rock and roll commited any offence?

These might have been some of the reasons,so,here goes; Elvis Presley grew up an only child in a poor family,and his father vernon struggled to make ends meet so he took on lots of odd jobs. In 1938 his father run into even more money worries,and forged a check for $4.00 and spend less than a year in jail for it.

Here is another reason why the king of rock and roll might’ve sang jail house rock. At 20 years old in 1955,elvis got pulled over by louisiana cops for speeding in his pink 1954 cadillac. He was taken into custody and paid $25.00 bond to get out of the caddo parish jail,and yes for the record elvis was a all shook up!

Here is another reason that might’ve influenced his jail house rock song. Elvis got into a brawl in 1956 with a man,and the man was somewhat hurt in the fight. Elvis was charged with assualt battery and disorderly conduct,but the charges were later dropped.

So there you have it folks,the king has never really commited any real crime against another human being;So we can continue to wiggle and sing to his suspicious minds song without feeling any hint of guilt.

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  1. https://polldaddy.com/js/rating/rating.jsRunning into trouble with the law is not so uncommon as everyone use to think. You can be sitting somewhere having a burger or viewing art and next thing you’re fighting with someone or arguing and then the cops have to come and quell it. And they have to take you to a station and get you registered and chit.

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