That's Don's way of saying that he didn't have to work on the song for the song to "work for him."
According to Don,"Sometimes I'd have to change a word or rework a line or rephrase something to make it work out but none of that was necessary on "Say It Again."
All the song was there and it was all where it should be. I didn't have to change a thing. I just went in and recorded the song and that was it."
As for the writer, Bob McDill, he doesn't fit the form of your everyday
McDill has always treated the art of songwriting as
According to McDill, nothing major comes to mind
"Say It Again" made the charts June 12th, 1976. It worked its way up to number one and was there for one week.
The ABC/Dot single was on the charts for 14 weeks
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