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Chilean miner sings Elvis songs at singer's Memphis home

The miner Edison Pena, who was rescued from a copper mine in Chile last October, has fulfilled a lifelong ambition by singing Elvis Presley songs at the singer's home in Tennessee.

Pena, who sang Elvis songs to lift the spirits of his 32 colleagues during their seven weeks underground, was on a six day trip to Memphis.

He sang "Blue Suede Shoes" and "Hound Dog" as he walked around Graceland.

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