There is this kind of magic when you are in love with someone. You can’t explain what it is but you are drawn to that person, and you can’t get enough of them. Love has this kind of magic that no one can understand but you will be captured by it. It’s a good thing to fall in love because it makes everything easy and good. However, love sometimes doesn’t last. Some are lucky that the love they have found lasts forever, but some have to experience breakups. Breakups are part of most relationships. It is a hurtful thing to experience if you are still in love with the person who left you.
Buck Owens’ “Under Your Spell Again”
Most of the songs written are related to the experiences we have, or we are experiencing at the moment. Right now, someone out there is experiencing what Buck Owens’ song “Under Your Spell Again.” It is a song about being captured by your ex-lovers’ love, and wanting them back. “Under Your Spell Again” was released by Buck Owens in 1959. It was one of the tracks in his self-titled album. “Under Your Spell Again” entered the US Billboard Hot Country Songs chart at No. 4 in 1959. In addition, the song remained on the chart for a total of 22 weeks.
There were some artists who attempted to make a version of Buck Owens song. On the same year, Buck Owens’ single was released and topped the chart. Ray Price recorded a version of this song. Not straying far from Owen’s position on the chart, Price’s version peaked at No. 5 on the Billboard Hot Country Chart. Other artists who recorded a cover of “Under Your Spell Again” were Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter, Johnny Rivers and Barbara Fairchild. All of these artists’ cover entered the Billboard Hot Country chart but did not enter the Top 10 of the chart.
About the Song
“Under Your Spell Again” is a story of a man who he sees his ex-lover and falls in love with her over again. He is caught by her love even though he knows that it is not right anymore. He only wants to be with her and nothing else. His love for her controls everything in him.
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