Alan Jackson – Love’s Got A Hold On You

It would reach number one on the country charts, on September 19, 1992, and it remained two consecutive weeks. It also achieved the number one position in Canadian country charts.

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A song written by Carson Chamberlain & Keith Stegall, manager and producer of Alan Jackson, the song was recorded on January 4, 1991, and was released on July 13, 1992, for the album label and would be included on the album, Do not Rock The Jukebox (Arista 1991). It would reach number one on the country charts, on September 19, 1992, and it remained two consecutive weeks. It also achieved the number one position in Canadian country charts.
Thanks to the voice and interpretation of Alan Jackson the song, got the deserved success, The result is that Jackson creates an infectious and friendly worm for a song from a song that could have been a big annoyance in the wrong hands.




Alan Jackson – Love’s Got A Hold On You lyrics

I called my doctor on the telephone
“Help me doctor, there’s something wrong
I can’t shake it, it’s gone too far”
He said, “Tell me what your symptoms are”
[Chorus:]
I said “My hands are sweaty and my knees are weak
I can’t eat and I can’t sleep
It’s turning me every way but loose”
He said, “It sounds like love’s got a hold on you
No doubt, love’s got a hold on you”
I told my buddies I was settling down
No more of this running ’round
They looked at me like I was a fool
And said “Come on tell us what’s wrong with you”
[Chorus]
Well I tossed and turned ’til the morning light
Holding my pillow hanging on for life
There ain’t nothing I can do
They said, “It sounds like love’s got a hold on you
Sounds like love’s got a hold on you”
[Chorus]

 

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