Lisa Marie Presley duets with her father, Elvis Presley, in a new video, set to debut on Thursday.
Recorded in August for the 35th anniversary of Elvis Presley's death, the clip finds Lisa performing what's described as an "emotional duet" on "I Love You Because," alongside Elvis' vocals.
The late singer recorded "I Love You Because" in July 1954 at Sun Studio in Memphis, Tenn., the same time he recorded "That's All Right." According to a press release, producer Sam Phillips didn't think "I Love You Because" was a good choice for a first single. Still, it made its way on Elvis' debut album, released in 1956. But aside from the studio version, Elvis never performed the song again.
This year, producer T Bone Burnett encouraged Lisa to record the track as a special song for fans. The video features photos of Lisa's 4-year-old twin daughters, Finley and Harper, as well as her son, Benjamin, and daughter, Riley. Elvis, who died in 1977 at age 42, is also seen throughout the clip.
The video debuts Thursday on CMT and CMT.com, and the single will be available on Tuesday. The full video will be on iTunes on Oct. 25.
Lisa, 44, released her new album, "Storm and Grace," in May and will be on tour throughout November.