August 8

Conway Twitty’s Feel-Young Ballad, “I’ve Already Loved You in My Mind”

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“I’ve Already Loved You in My Mind” has a taste of feel-good and feel-young temperament. It could bring back the more youthful days, having fun with someone you like, and falling in love. It’s just so sweet to reminisce about your teenage life.

Thanks to Conway Twitty for he keeps on reminding us of the good old days. So, if you’re feeling like recollecting the past, listen to the song and unbend for a moment. It will surely make you smile and make your eyes water at the same time.

I’ve Already Loved You in My Mind…

Conway Twitty himself wrote the words and lyrics of “I’ve Already Loved You in My Mind.” He recorded and released the song in July 1977. Also, the song was part of his album of the same name. The album reached number four on the Billboard Top Country Albums. On the other hand, it’s the same album that catered to “I’m Used To Losing You,” “My First Country Song,” “Lord, Make Her Want To Stay,” and many more.

Moreover, “I’ve Already Loved You in My Mind” became Conway Twitty’s twentieth number one single on the country charts. It placed at number one on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart on September 24, 1977. It reached number one for a week and spent a total of eleven weeks on the table.

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In the course of Conway Twitty’s career, he has proven his difference among the other greatest artists in the history of country music. His conquest as a singer, songwriter, producer, recording artist and an entertainer sets him to be the ultimate legend of all time. Conway Twitty’s accomplishments such as the 55 No.1 singles, sold out concerts and performances, numerous awards, and his story is undeniably one of a kind. He, indeed, was a people mover.

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