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Marie Osmond Makes an Unforgettable Duet with Paul Davis in “You’re Still New to Me”

Marie Osmond + Paul Davis + You're Still New to Me

Throwback to July 1986 when Marie Osmond and Paul Davis released “You’re Still New to Me” and made history for peaking at No. 1 on the US Hot Country Charts and Canadian RPM Country Tracks. Alongside Osmond’s famous duet with Dan Seals in “Meet Me in Montana,” this particular song became her career’s highlight as one of only five singles to peak at the Country Charts during the 80s. Meanwhile, the song even became more special for this was Davis’ only No. 1 country hit in his discography.

Osmond has established a name of her own despite being a popular member of The Osmonds during the 1970s. Davis, on the other hand, has made smash hits in the same era, including “Sweet Life” and “I Go Crázy.”

When Davis died on April 22, 2008, Marie’s brother Jay Osmond performed the song with her on music shows to continue his legacy.

Meaning of the Song

“You’re Still New to Me” was written by Paul Davis and Paul Overstreet and later recorded by Davis with Marie Osmond for her studio album I Only Wanted You. Love endures, the song is all about Harold and Linda’s cherished and preserved connection. When two people struggle to keep their love alive, things become blurry. The relationship turns colder and becomes ambiguous each day; however, reminiscing how both of you started and have grown over time, you can’t help but think that you can’t just throw that all away. Instead, you might want to consider making more new, exciting memories to keep like it was the first night you spent time together. This song only proves that love will always persist through the effort and dedication of both halves. 

Osmond and Davis explore the lasting bond of two lovers immersed in nostalgic moments to save their relationship. As time passes, reliving good times and experiences can once again bring the spark back if both remember what brought them to each other. It all starts with finding common ground and being willing to listen.

Three decades later, “You’re Still New to Me” remains an evergreen melodic duet from the 1980s. Its timeless appeal and heartfelt verses appeal to both country and non-country listeners. Even Osmond and Davis’ chemistry and harmonious voices are undoubtedly present on screen.

Get ready to explore love and accept it wholeheartedly forever with Marie Osmond and Paul Davis’ performance of “You’re Still New to Me” below

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