‘Where No One Stands Alone’ Lisa Marie Presley Duet with Elvis

More than 40 years after his death, Elvis Presley remains one of the biggest names and most recognizable figures in all of entertainment. Sadly, it was recently announced that his only child, daughter Lisa Marie, had also sadly passed away.

On “Where No One Stands Alone” Lisa Marie steps up to the mic and joins her famous dad on the tune about loneliness, as the video to the song shows

In the first verse, Elvis sings about his fear of being alone. He even sings out to the Lord, asking him to not “hide your face from me.”

Images and footage of Elvis and Lisa Marie as a child rolls throughout the video. We are treated to footage of a happy and loving family playing outside, riding in a car and even visiting Santa Claus together. 

Then, Lisa Marie joins in with her father and helps sing the chorus. The chorus is a plea for someone to grab their hand and not leave them alone.

“Hold my hand all the way, every hour, every day
Come here to the great unknown
Take my hand, let me stand”

During the father-daughter duet on the chorus, both are featured on the screen together. On half of the screen, Elvis, from one of his many performances, is seen singing. The other portion of the screen is devoted to his daughter Lisa Marie. Lisa Marie stands next to a microphone, wearing headphones. 

Lisa Marie, who was Elvis and Priscilla Presley’s only child, died in Los Angeles, California.  According to The New York Times, she died after a “medical emergency and a brief hospitalization.” At this time, it remains unclear what led to the death of Elvis and Priscilla’s only child. 

She was 54 years old at the time of her passing. 

Check out the video showing Elvis and his daughter Lisa Marie singing together. 

Psalm 103:13 “Like a father has compassion on his children, so Yahweh has compassion on those who fear him.”

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