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Cashing In! Broke Lisa Marie Releasing Duet With Dad Elvis 41 Years After OD Death

Lisa Marie Presley is cashing out on her father’s fame, 41 years after his tragic OD death.

As has learned, the star has taken father Elvis Presley’s “When No One Stands Alone” vocals and added her own track to the mix—making a father-daughter duet.

The song will be released this August, and will become the 93rd post-obit reproduction featuring the late icon.

“It was a very powerful and moving experience to sing with my father,” Lisa Marie, 50, told reporters of the collaboration with her father. “The lyrics speak to me and touch my soul. I'm certain that the lyrics spoke to my father in much the same way.”

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As readers know, Lisa Marie lost all of her famous father’s fortune, in part due to the fact that her ex-manager, Barry Siegel, was reportedly playing himself a $700K yearly salary. She is currently battling a nasty lawsuit against him.

Siegel, in turn, claimed Lisa Marie lost the fortune on her own, due to her “uncontrollable spending habits.”

Apart from her money woes, the troubled star—who suffered from drug and alcohol abuse like her late father—has also been fighting a vicious custody war with her ex, Michael Lockwood. An insider even told that she was planning a tell-all to get herself out of debt. Looks like she opted for a duet instead!

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