Elvis 'The King' Presley was one of the most significant cultural icons of the 20th century.
Sid Tepper, who penned songs recorded by the likes of Elvis Presley and The Beatles, has died at 96.
He passed away of natural causes at his Miami Beach home in Florida.
Tepper worked with his fellow songwriter and producer Roy C Bennet for over 25 years, writing together some of Elvis Presley's most notable hits including 'G.I. Blues', 'Hawaiian Sunset', 'New Orleans' and 'Puppet on a String'.
In 2002, the pair's contribution to Presley's phenomenal success was recognised at the singer's home in Memphis, Tennessee.
The partnership was also behind the Beatles' 'Glad All Over', recorded in the early 60s for BBC radio sessions with George Harrison taking the lead.
He was survived by his five children, seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
You can listen to the Elvis Presley classic 'Puppet on a String' below: