Betty Grable made "Song Of The Islands" available on December 31, 1899. Since Song Of The Islands is still less than 10 minute long, it is still considered a pretty long duration song compared to the average song length. This song does not appear to be explicit due to the lack of the "E" tag. There are a total of 16 in the song's album "Silver Screen Star Series Betty Grable". In this album, this song's track order is #8. Furthermore, we believe that the track originated from United Kingdom. Song Of The Islands is unknown right now. The mood doesn't appear to be that danceable, but it still produces a high amount of positive energy.
With Song Of The Islands by Betty Grable having a BPM of 76 with a half-time of 38 BPM and a double-time of 152 BPM, we would consider this track to have a Adagio (slowly with great expression) tempo marking. Because of this, we believe that the song has an overall slow tempo. The time signature for this track is 4/4.
C Major is the music key of this track. Or for those who are familiar with the camelot wheel, this song has a camelot key of 8B. So, the perfect camelot match for 8B would be either 8B or 9A. While, 9B can give you a low energy boost. For moderate energy boost, you would use 5B and a high energy boost can either be 10B or 3B. Though, if you want a low energy drop, you should looking for songs with either a camelot key of 8A or 7B will give you a low energy drop, 11B would be a moderate one, and 6B or 1B would be a high energy drop. Lastly, 5A allows you to change the mood.