Lee Ann Womack – Never Again, Again

It was released in March 1997 as the first single from her self titled debut album. The song peaked at #23 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) chart.

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Cover LP Lee Ann Womack Decca 1997
Cover LP Lee Ann Womack Decca 1997

“Never Again, Again” is a debut song written by Monty Holmes and Barbie Isham, and performed by American country music artist Lee Ann Womack. It was released in March 1997 as the first single from her self titled debut album. The song peaked at #23 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) chart.

Editors at Billboard gave the song a positive review and wrote, “This is wonderful, tear-in-the-throat, honest-to-God country music in the grand tradition of Tammy Wynette, Loretta Lynn, and the genre’s other legendary female vocalists. “Never Again” boasts a great country lyric, tinged with heartbreak and regret. The production by Mark Wright is laced with a weeping steel guitar, and Womack’s vocals are the icing on an already scrumptious cake. Her voice echoes vulnerability and rings with emotional integrity. This is what country music in the ’90s should be.”



From the album Lee Ann Womack
Released March 3, 1997
Genre Country
Length 3:44
Label Decca Nashville
Songwriter(s) Monty Holmes
Barbie Isham
Producer(s) Mark Wright





Lee Ann Womack – Never Again, Again lyrics

Never again, again.
Once more I’ll let you back in
I know how the story ends
But I can’t help myself
You’ll break my heart I know
Through my tears I watch you go
Then just like it’s always been
I’ll say never again, again

Each time you leave
I say I’ve had enough
But I must be addicted
To your kind of love
I swear to myself
I’m gonna stand my ground
But one look at you
Breaks my defenses down

And here comes never again, again
Once more I’ll let you back in
And just like it’s always been
I’ll say never again, again

And just like it’s always been
I’ll say never again, again

Single Lee Ann Womack Decca 1997
Single Lee Ann Womack Decca 1997
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