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May 24

“Stuck On You” Is Lionel Richie’s Country Music Debut

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Lionel Richie is one of the most soulful musicians in the industry. His songs can genuinely melt your hearts. Also, his choice of music can pierce your souls. Nevertheless, he started his career as a soul and pop artist. He is considered as one of the most successful singers outside the country scene until he decided to penetrate the world of country. Some rolled their eyes while some were happy and welcomed Lionel wholeheartedly. Some of his country music singles were accepted and even topped the country charts.

“Stuck On You” is one of Lionel’s best country songs ever penned. It might be pop country, but it’s still country and it’s still embraced by the country music obsessives. In fact, it placed No.24 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. A proof that Lionel’s decision to create country sounds is worth the risk.

Moreover, this particular song of Lionel was his debut single as a country musician. With this, let’s listen to “Stuck On You.” It will definitely be worth your time as it embraces the country music scheme.

Stuck On You…

Lionel Richie, himself, is the songwriter behind “Stuck On You.” It was released on May 1, 1984, and was the fourth single from his album “Can’t Slow Down.” It was the only song from the album that sounds pop country. Indeed, the only song that differs amongst his other singles. Also, the cover image shows Lionel wearing a cowboy hat. Undoubtedly, the song and the album mark Lionel’s country career debut.

The Lyrics…

Stuck on you

I’ve got this feeling down deep in my soul that I just can’t lose

Guess I’m on my way

Needed a friend

And the way I feel, now I guess I’ll be with you ’til the end

Guess I’m on my way

Mighty glad you stayed

I’m stuck on you

Been a fool too long I guess it’s time for me to come on home

Guess I’m on my way

So hard to see

That a woman like you could wait around for a man like me

Guess I’m on my way

Mighty glad you stayed

Oh, I’m leaving on that midnight train tomorrow

And I know just where I’m going

I’ve packed up my troubles, and I’ve thrown them all away

‘Cause this little time, darling

I’m coming home to stay

I’m stuck on you

I’ve got this feeling down deep in my soul that I just can’t lose

Guess I’m on my way

Needed a friend

And the way I feel, now I guess I’ll be with you ’til the end

Guess I’m on my way

I’m mighty glad you stayed

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