Elvis Presley’s rendition of the “Hawaiian Wedding Song” is a captivating musical journey that transports listeners to the enchanting shores of Hawaii. Originally written in 1926, Elvis brought new life to this classic with his heartfelt interpretation, releasing it in 1961. Join us as we explore the romantic allure of the “Hawaiian Wedding Song” and how Elvis Presley’s rendition became a cherished addition to his vast musical legacy.

Did You Know?

The “Hawaiian Wedding Song,” originally titled “Ke Kali Nei Au,” was written by Charles E. King and first performed by Helen Desha Beamer. Elvis Presley recorded his version for the soundtrack of the 1961 film “Blue Hawaii.” The song beautifully captures the essence of love and romance, making it a popular choice for weddings and special occasions.

Elvis Presley, born on January 8, 1935, in Tupelo, Mississippi, was not only the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll but also a versatile artist who could convey a range of emotions through his music. His rendition of the “Hawaiian Wedding Song” showcases his ability to evoke deep sentiments and create a lasting impact on listeners.


This is the moment
I’ve waited for
I can hear my heart singing
Soon bells will be ringingThis is the moment
Of sweet Aloha
I will love you longer than forever
Promise me that you will leave me neverHere and now dear,
All my love,
I vow dear
Promise me that you will leave me never
I will love you longer than forever

U-a, si-la
Pa-a ia me o-e
Ko a-lo-ha ma-ka-mea e i-po
Ka-‘u ia e le-i a-e ne-i la

Now that we are one
Clouds won’t hide the sun
Blue skies of Hawaii smile
On this, our wedding day
I do love you with all my heart

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