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Elvis Performed This Gospel Song Only Once In Concert, Even His Band Was Left Stunned

It's no secret that Elvis was a religious man. Despite his reputation for partying and his womanizing ways, he stood by his beliefs and wasn't shy about sharing them during interviews.

"I believe in the Bible. I believe that all good things come from God. I don't believe I'd sing the way I do if God hadn't wanted me to," Elvis said.

He rarely brought gospel music onstage, but The King of Rock n' Roll was inspired on night in Montgomery, Alabama and decided to shake things up.

On February 16, 1977 he performed gospel song, Where No One Stands Alone and it was enough to leave us speechless.

During the performance Elvis turned to his bandmates and asked them to start up the music to the gospel song, they have only performed in studio.

Surprised by the request, the band started up the music and they played this song for the first time in front of an audience.

Originally recorded in 1967, he rarely brought his gospel songs to the stage so this was  special moment for his fans to experience his love for the Lord.

The lyrics depict His love and that everyone is protected when they accept God's existence.

Everyone should listen to this live performance- it gave me chills!

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