March 2

Get Steamy With Bill Anderson’s and Mary Lou Turner’s Duet

Get Steamy With Bill Anderson's and Mary Lou Turner's Duet 1

Brief Info About the Song and Its Performers

This 1975 Bill Anderson penned song named “Sometimes” was a recorded with his fellow country music artist Mary Lou Turner. It was the most successful song performed by the duo. Their duet singing worked at its best making this song reached number one on the US Hot Country Songs chart. It also charted on the Canadian RPM Country Track chart peaking at number three. Although the song spent only one week on the topmost part, it stayed on the chart for eleven weeks in total. Between 1976 and 1977, the pair has recorded two duet albums. Four of their duets charted including the chart-topper “Sometimes”.

The Steamy Vibe of the Tune

Romance is apparently the song’s main subject matter. Here, the duo is having a conversation about their respective love affairs. Both of them admitted that they’re bound with their partners in marriage but they both have unsatisfied longings. As they exchange questions concerning their romantic relationships, most of the time, their answer to each other was “sometimes”. Hence, the title of the song. As the lyrics progress, their conversation fell on them being drawn to each other sometimes. Thus, the inclination to forget their existing individual marital affairs arises. Eventually, one expresses his strong attraction towards the other. But, he’s afraid that once he started romanticizing the woman, he might not get over her.

Notwithstanding the cheating aspect of the wordings, isn’t the dialogue steamy? Did the song reel you in? We would be pleased to know your thoughts on the comment box below.

Also, please do not forget to hit the like button and share this with other fans of country music. And, for your utmost reading pleasure and entertainment, you may visit our website at https://www.countrythangdaily.com/ or like and follow our Facebook page Country Daily.


Tags

Bill Anderson, Mary Lou Turner, sometimes


{"email":"Email address invalid","url":"Website address invalid","required":"Required field missing"}

You may also like

Cal Smith: “The Lord Knows I’m Drinking,” A Controversial Hit

Cal Smith: “The Lord Knows I’m Drinking,” A Controversial Hit

Not “Once A Day,” But All Day Long We’d Listen to Opry’s No. 1 Vibrant Lady, Connie Smith!

Not “Once A Day,” But All Day Long We’d Listen to Opry’s No. 1 Vibrant Lady, Connie Smith!

“For Loving You:” A Classic Country Duet by Bill Anderson and Jan Howard

“For Loving You:” A Classic Country Duet by Bill Anderson and Jan Howard

High Valley is Back on Ground Zero, Releases ‘Grew Up On That’ EP

High Valley is Back on Ground Zero, Releases ‘Grew Up On That’ EP

John Schneider:A Versatile Artist,A Certified Country Boy

John Schneider:A Versatile Artist,A Certified Country Boy

Selah’s Cover of Dolly’s Special Song Makes Us Treasure Her More

Selah’s Cover of Dolly’s Special Song Makes Us Treasure Her More

Latest Stories

Carly Pearce Songs Are Setting The Bar High in Country Music

Carly Pearce Songs Are Setting The Bar High in Country Music

Carly Pearce’s 29 Chronicles a Period of Personal Struggle

Carly Pearce’s 29 Chronicles a Period of Personal Struggle

Generations Collide in Dear Miss Loretta by Carly Pearce (feat. Patty Loveless)

Generations Collide in Dear Miss Loretta by Carly Pearce (feat. Patty Loveless)

“Damn Strait” By Scotty McCreery Tips A Hat To Pure-Country Heartbreak

“Damn Strait” By Scotty McCreery Tips A Hat To Pure-Country Heartbreak

Cody Johnson’s “‘Til You Can’t” Reminds Us To Make The Most Of Every Moment

Cody Johnson’s “‘Til You Can’t” Reminds Us To Make The Most Of Every Moment

The Real Story Behind Kristen Hall’s Split from Sugarland

The Real Story Behind Kristen Hall’s Split from Sugarland

Subscribe to our newsletter now!

Country Thang Daily

>