There are three: two for financial gain and one for entertainment value. It was Elvis Presley’s recital of this sentence that made it a household name. Aside from the money and fame, he sacrificed a lot of his own time to serve his country in the military.
Elvis Presley enlisted in the United States Army for four years, from 1958 to 1960, at a period when his career was just beginning. In response to massive public outrage about his sexual behaviour and daring lyrics, he enlisted in the military to quell those impulses. Despite the fact that he was given the option of joining the special forces, he chose to enlist as a regular soldier instead, allaying the fears of many religious leaders.