“When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again” is a classic country song that was originally recorded in 1940 by songwriter Wiley Walker and his singing partner Gene Sullivan. The song has since been covered by many artists, including Elvis Presley, who recorded his version in 1956.
Elvis’ version of “When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again” features his signature rock and roll sound, with a driving beat and upbeat tempo that showcase his vocal range and energy. The song includes lyrics about lost love and the hope of rekindling a relationship, with Elvis singing lines like “Memories that linger in my heart / Memories that make my heart grow cold / But some day they’ll live again, sweetheart / And my blue moon again will turn to gold.”
Elvis’ version of “When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again” was included on his self-titled debut album, which was released in 1956 and helped to establish him as a rising star in the music industry. The song has since become a classic in its own right, and Elvis’ rendition is still beloved by fans around the world for its energy and charm.