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dasi neol nochiji aneullae gyesok nega nareul mireonaedo. Lorene Allen• This would be Lynn's last studio album to be released under Decca Records, which would merge with in 1973. The Jordanaires — background vocals• I said words I swore I'd never speak But again here I am again, here I am again I thought I could stay strong but I got weak again And here I am again, here I am. 3 in Canada on the Country Singles chart. I've been here before Now, here I am again Standing at the door Praying You'll let me back in To label me A prodigal would be Only scratching the surface Of who I've been known to be Turn me around, pick me up Undo what I've become Bring me back to the place Of forgiveness and grace I need You, I need Your help I can't do this myself You're the only one Who can undo what I've become I focused on the score But I could never win Trying to ignore A life of hiding my sin To label me A hypocrite would be Only scratching the surface Of who I've been known to be Turn me around, pick me up Undo what I've become Bring me back to the place Of forgiveness and grace I need You, I need Your help I can't do this myself You're the only one Who can undo what I've become Make every step lead me back to The sovereign way that You Turn me around, pick me up Undo what I've become Bring me back to the place Of forgiveness and grace I need You, I need Your help I can't do this myself You're the only one who can undo You are the only one who can undo You're the only one who can undo What I've become. Critical reception [ ] Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating In the October 21, 1972 issue, published a review of the album that said, "One of the decided queens of country music, Miss Loretta Lynn, offers "Manhattan Kansas", "Delta Dawn", and "The Best Years of My Life" as well as the title tune of Here I Am Again. Here I am again Trying to take my chance I'm longing for your touch Longing for your warm embrace Oh how, I love you baby Here I am again Trying it say the words I failed to say before I wished I've said it all to you Oh how, I love you baby Your the only one Who can make my life complete, oh baby Your love is all I need Your the only one Who can bring a smile to me The only one that I, wanna be with Here I am again Waiting for the touch When you will say the words That made us both become one Oh how, I long for your love Your the only one Who can make my life complete, oh baby Your love is all I need Your the only one Who can bring a smile to me The only one that I, wanna be with Here I am again Trying to say the words I failed to say before Oh how, I love you baby. Canada, Library and Archives 17 July 2013. When Loretta says "here I am again" with a new eleven song collection, her return is welcome. rated the album three out of five stars, calling a couple of the songs on this album "sassy", including "A Woman a Day". Out of these, the cookies that are categorized as necessary are stored on your browser as they are essential for the working of basic functionalities of the website. I told you that I'd never come around again But here I am again, here I am again I said I'd never let you get me down again Here I am again here I am. "A Woman a Day" was recorded on January 18, 1972, and "I Miss You More Today" was recorded on January 20, 1972. James Capps — acoustic guitar• Hargus Robbins — piano• Commercial performance [ ] The album peaked at No. Track listing [ ] Side one No. yeogi tto geogi dareun haneurirado. "There's a Built-In Trouble Maker in Every Man"• Listen to Gladys Knight Here I Am Again MP3 song. Here I am again just looking For the words that help me say that My heart is full of love and praises I must have prayed a thousand prayers And sung a hundred songs But I just have to say again Oh how I love You More than words can say In the deepest heartfelt way Oh how, Lord I love You Once again receive my praise So many words, so many songs So many melodies yet Allow me one more declaration You are the lover of my soul The center of my life So I just have to say again Oh how I love You More than words can say In the deepest heartfelt way Oh how, Lord I love You Once again receive my praise Thank You for a brand new day A brand new chance To stand and say I love You Help me find the Words to say that Tell You in a brand new way, I love You Oh how I love You More than words can say In the deepest heartfelt way Oh how, Lord I love You Once again receive my praise. Harold Bradley — bass guitar• Grady Martin — guitar• Willie Ackerman — drums• She is one of the cornerstones of country music, and although her face is more than familiar to country aficionados, her music is always fresh and exciting — it never becomes repetitive or unreal. Larry Barbier — photography• It was released on October 2, 1972, by. hoksi naui nune sarajyeodo yeogi na yeogi gyeote neul seo isseulge naui mami umjingnyeo. Bob Moore — bass• "" Released: June 12, 1972 Here I Am Again is the twenty-first solo studio album by American country music singer-songwriter. Contents• " published a review in the October 14, 1972 issue that said, "She's been here before, and she'll be back many times to follow. Here I Am Again song from the album If I Were Your Woman is released on Jan 1971. Two songs on the album were recorded during the sessions for 1972's. It is mandatory to procure user consent prior to running these cookies on your website. You also have the option to opt-out of these cookies. The duration of song is 03:34. Loretta Lynn — lead vocals• Buddy Harman — drums• The album's only single, "", peaked at No. Recording [ ] Recording sessions for the album began on April 25 and 26, 1972, at Bradley's Barn in Mount Juliet, Tennessee. Owen Bradley — producer• Clara Butcher — liner notes• Title Writer s Recording date Length 1. January 20, 1972 2:22 Personnel [ ] Adapted from the album liner notes and Decca recording session records. This song is sung by Gladys Knight. For this reason, Loretta has stayed on top of the scene and can say that she's here again with more new music. Hal Rugg — steel guitar, dobro Charts [ ] Album Chart 1972 Peak position US 4 Singles Title Year Peak position "" 1972 3 3 References [ ]• We also use third-party cookies that help us analyze and understand how you use this website. Includes "My Kind of Man", "Where Do Babies Go" and the title tune. But opting out of some of these cookies may affect your browsing experience. Ray Edenton — acoustic guitar• A superb LP that warrants repeated airplay on country stations. Two additional sessions followed on May 3 and August 9. The album features liner notes written by Lynn's mother, Clara Butcher, who had remarried following the death of Lynn's father, Ted Webb, in 1959. Any cookies that may not be particularly necessary for the website to function and is used specifically to collect user personal data via analytics, ads, other embedded contents are termed as non-necessary cookies. "Manhattan, Kansas" Joe Allen August 9, 1972 2:25 4. These cookies will be stored in your browser only with your consent. Here I am, here we are The story's gettin' old I know I can't go on, to you But worse than bad, I can't let go. "My Kind of Man" Darrell Statler April 26, 1972 1:50 3.。

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