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Elvis Presley – Tonight Is So Right For Love

About The Song

“Tonight Is So Right for Love” is a movie song. It was based on “Barcarole” (from The Adventures of Hoffmann) by Jacques Offenbach. Americans Sid Wayne and Abner Silver were credited as originators.

Elvis Presley performed the song in the Paramount film G.I. Blues. Tulsa MacLean (Presley) sang it to Lili (Juliet Prowse) in a cafe. (Video below)

He recorded the song at RCA Studios, Hollywood, on April 27, 1960. It was released on the LP G.I. Blues (RCA Victor LSP 2256 (stereo) and RCA Victor LPM 2256 (mono)) in 1960.  The producer was Joseph Lilley.

For copyright reasons, the song’s title “Tonight Is So Right for Love” was replaced with “Tonight’s All Right for Love” on the European version of the soundtrack album and film.

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Lyric

🎵 Let’s sing along with the lyrics! 🎤

Hold me tight
The moon’s so bright
Tonight is so right for love

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Now’s the time to say
You’re the only one
Tonight is so right for love

One by one the stars appear
They twinkle in your eyes
Who’d believe that we’d be here
So near to paradise

This could be the kiss
To unlock heaven’s door
That magic hour of bliss
That we both waited for
I love more and more

Oh’ we could fly right up to the sky
The things we’ve been dreaming of
And how real they would seem
A midsummernight’s dream
Can’t you see that tonight’s so right for love

And how real they would seem
A midsummernight’s dream
Can’t you see that tonight’s so right for love

Hold me tight
The moon’s so bright
Tonight is so right for love

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