Florence Kaye Florence Kaye was an American songwriter, best known for her contributions to many of the songs from the Elvis Presley films alongside her writing partners Bernie Baum and Bill Giant. The trio's most famous composition for Elvis was the 1963 hit "You're The Devil In Disguise".
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(You're The) Devil In Disguise
A Dog's Life
A World Of Our Own
Animal Instinct
Beach Shack
Catchin' On Fast
City By Night
Do Not Disturb
Do The Vega
Down By The Riverside
Edge Of Reality
El Toro
Everybody Come Aboard
Go East, Young Man
Golden Coins
House Of Sand
I Don't Wanna Be Tied
Night Life
One Boy, Two Little Girls
One Track Heart
Paradise, Hawaiian Style
Plantation Rock
Poison Ivy League
Power Of My Love
Queenie Wahine's Papaya
Scratch My Back
Shake That Tambourine
Shout It Out
Sound Advice
Spring Fever
Stop Where You Are
Tender Feeling
The Sound Of Your Cry
There's Gold In The Mountains
This Is My Heaven
Today, Tomorrow And Forever
When The Saints Go Marching In
Wisdom Of The Ages
Wolf Call
You Gotta Stop
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