Means: Go Back To Sorrento. In Neapolitan dialect spelled as Surriento. First published in 1904 and sold for the price of 2 Lire.
Carmen Melis [Edison cylinder]
Freddy Martin [as Come Back To Sorrento]
Woody Herman [idem]
Josef Locke [idem]
Vic Damone [idem]
Phil Brito [idem, partly in Italian]
Dean Martin [partly in Italian]
Elvis Presley [n°1 US, UK & B as Surrender; arrangement: Doc Pomus/Mort Shuman]
Dean Martin [as Take Me In Your Arms]
Allan Sherman [as Me]
Rocco Granata [on his lp Successi Italiani]
Julio Iglesias [as Torna A Sorriento]
Doctor Ammondt [as Nunc Aeternitatus on cd Elvis Songs Sung In Latin]
Chevalier Brothers [as Return To Sorrento]
Not the first time Italian belcanto hit with Elvis, remember It's Now Or Never (see: O Sole Mio). Elvis was an out-and-out Mario Lanza fan.