About The Song

Remember those early days of rock and roll? The electrifying energy, the rebellious spirit, and the way Elvis Presley sent shivers down our spines? Elvis wasn’t just a musical force; he was a cultural phenomenon. His music explored a wide range, and nestled amongst his high-octane rock anthems lies a song that plays with playful deception – “(You’re The) Devil in Disguise.”

Released in 1963, “(You’re The) Devil in Disguise” arrived at the height of Elvis mania. However, this song offered a different side of the King. It’s a playful, up-tempo number driven by a catchy rhythm section and a flirtatious melody. Elvis’s voice takes on a playful charm as he sings about a woman who appears innocent but harbors a hidden mischievousness.

The lyrics are clever and full of double entendres. Elvis sings of a woman who “looks like an angel, walks like an angel, talks like an angel” – the picture of perfect virtue. However, the narrator, wiser to her ways, reveals the truth – “But I got wise, you’re the devil in disguise.” This playful deception adds a layer of intrigue to the song, making it both lighthearted and captivating.

“(You’re The) Devil in Disguise” isn’t just about a mischievous woman; it’s a celebration of the female allure. The song acknowledges that beneath a beautiful exterior, there can be a playful and independent spirit. Elvis, with his signature charisma, delivers the lyrics with a wink and a smile, making it a fun and flirty tribute to the complexities of women.

The song’s success was undeniable. It reached number three on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, solidifying Elvis’s reign as a musical powerhouse. “(You’re The) Devil in Disguise” transcended generations, becoming a timeless anthem for anyone who has ever been captivated by someone who appears innocent but holds a hidden spark. So, put on this infectious song, and let Elvis Presley’s “(You’re The) Devil in Disguise” take you back to a time of playful rock and roll, charming deception, and the enduring appeal of the King of Rock and Roll.