The order of recording above is purely an educated guess based on the sequence of production numbers, as it is unknown exactly what was recorded when between January 15 and 18.
Elvis was busy doing publicity stills from 9:00am to 12:40pm so was only present for the afternoon session.
At around 9 minutes into the movie 'Loving You' Dancing On A Dare can be heard.
At around 13 minutes into the movie 'Loving You'
a forty second instrumental version of Candy
Kisses can be heard but it's unknown when
this was recorded or it it was just recorded on
the movie set. At around 46 minutes it can be heard again in the background for just over a minute. It had been rumoured over the years
that Elvis actually laid down vocals for this
song, but no proof has ever surfaced.
An estimation of how the 'Movie Version' of Got
A Lot O' Livin' To Do! was spliced:-
Intro of L-2
First 2.5 seconds of record version (H2WB 0255-9)
First 6 seconds of record version (2.5 seconds
First verse and second chorus of record version
Third verse and fourth chorus of record version
Ending of D-17
It is unknown what production number "P"
is for but it could be another instrumental intended
to be used in the movie (Tennessee Saturday
Night ?), or perhaps We're Gonna Live It Up, a song written by Leiber and Stoller for the movie, which was eventually not used.