I Keep Coming Back

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"I Keep Coming Back"
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Single by Razzy Bailey
from the album Razzy
ReleasedNovember 1980
Genre Country
Length3:54
Label RCA
Songwriter(s) Jim Hurt
Larry Keith
Johnny Slate
Producer(s) Bob Montgomery
Razzy Bailey singles chronology
"Loving Up a Storm"
(1980)
"I Keep Coming Back"
(1980)
"Friends"
(1981)

"I Keep Coming Back" is a song written by Jim Hurt, Johnny Slate and Larry Keith, and recorded by American country music artist Razzy Bailey. It was released in November 1980 as the fourth single from the album Razzy. The song Bailey's second number one on the country chart and was released as a double A-side with "True Life Country Music", with both sides spending one week at number 1. [1]

Razzy Bailey American country music artist

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Charts

Chart (1980–1981)Peak
position
US Hot Country Songs ( Billboard ) [2] 1
Canadian RPM Country Tracks3

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References

  1. Whitburn, Joel (2004). The Billboard Book Of Top 40 Country Hits: 1944-2006, Second edition. Record Research. p. 36.
  2. "Razzy Bailey Chart History (Hot Country Songs)". Billboard.