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This article is about the song sung by Elton John.
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Can You Feel the Love Tonight (Elton John)
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Attribution information
Composer

Elton John

Lyricist

Tim Rice

Mixer

Jay Rifkin

Performers

Elton John

Release information
Released

May 31, 1994

Track

12

Length

3:59

Albums

The Lion King (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
The Legacy Collection: The Lion King
The Lion King: Special Edition

Appearances

The Lion King

Samples
Versions

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"Can You Feel the Love Tonight" (also known as "Can You Feel the Love Tonight (End Title)") is a song composed by Elton John for The Lion King. It is the hit single version of the original song from the film. It was performed by Elton John and can be heard during the end credits of the film.

Lyrics

Elton John:
There's a calm surrender
To the rush of day
When the heat of a rolling wind
Can be turned away
An enchanted moment
And it sees me through
It's enough for this restless warrior
Just to be with you

Chorus:
And can you feel the love tonight
(Tonight)
It is where we are
It's enough for this wide-eyed wanderer
That we got this far

And can you feel the love tonight
(Tonight)
How it's laid to rest
It's enough to make kings and vagabonds
Believe the very best

Elton John:
There's a time for everyone
If they only learn
That the twisting kaleidoscope
Moves us all in turn
There's a rhyme and reason
To the wild outdoors
When the heart of this star-crossed voyager
Beats in time with yours

Repeat Chorus

Elton John:
It's enough to make kings and vagabonds
Believe the very best

Trivia

  • Another version of the song is used in Disney's Sing-Along Songs: Colors of the Wind. It is performed as a male-female duet (by Arnold McCuller and Andrea Robinson) and is set to various clips of Disney lovers (from other films such as Bambi, Aladdin, and Beauty and the Beast).

Charts

Peak Positions

Chart (1994) Peak Position
Chart (1995) Peak Position

Year-End Charts

Chart (1994) Peak Position
Chart (1995) Peak Position

Certifications

Country Certification Date Sales Certified

Album Credits

  • Chuck Sabo: Drums

Media


References


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