Review of the Elvis Presley song Spanish Eyes

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I am learning how to play guitar because I love it and also I am a huge Elvis fan. I was listening to Spanish Eyes and there is an instrument. It sounds like another kind of guitar, like Hawaiian or something like this. Could you please tell me what it is? Elvis knew how to play it? Tell me please everything you know about the song? Thank you So much!

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