Lisa Marie, 50, sang a duet with her late father on his hit gospel song ‘Where No One Stands Alone’ for the new album.
She has been taking part in a tribute to Elvis this week, who died of a drug-induced heart attack aged 42 on August 16, 1977.
Lisa Marie went public with her on drug struggles this week admitting that it is a ‘miracle’ that she is still alive while she was ‘not happy.
She revealed: "'I've come a long way, I was not happy - But I am proud."
Her own drug problems started when she was 45-years-old and were triggered by the break-up of her marriage to musician Michael Lockwood. The couple share twin daughters Harper and Finley both nine.
During their bitter divorce the 56-year-old musician has claimed that he is broke and has demanded $500,000 to pay his divorce costs while accusing her of withholding information.
But despite the on-going court battles Presley has claimed that she is trying to change her life. She revealed: "I'm not perfect, my father wasn't perfect, no one's perfect. It's what you do with it after you learn—and then you try to help others with it,' she said.
To mark the release of the new album she has been spending time at her family's home at Graceland, Memphis, Tennessee. The new release from RCA/Legacy Recordings features 14 performances of gospel songs, including a duet with Lisa Marie singing along with her famous father on the title track.
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