So In to You

Album: A Rock and Roll Alternative (1976)
Charted: 7
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  • After a string of modest hits, "So In to You" was a breakthrough for the Atlanta Rhythm Section, a group which was formed in 1970 consisting mainly of former members of Classics IV and The Candymen. The group was highly popular in the the Southern states, less so nationwide. Still, they are considered pioneers of southern rock and retained a loyal following, performing at festivals into the '10s. >>
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  • Written by the group's producer/vocalist Buddy Buie, keyboard player Dean Daughtry and drummer Robert Nix, this song is about a guy how is captivated by a woman the moment he lays eyes on her.
  • There is some double entendre in the lyric, as when our hero spots his girl in the club, he's "so into" her, and thinks about how he can "get into" her. This bit could certainly have a rather prurient meaning:

    It's gonna be good, don't you know
    From your head to your toe
    Me into you, you into me, me into you
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Comments: 4

  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyAtlanta Rhythm Section producer Buddy Buie died Saturday, July 18th, 2015 after suffering a heart attack. He was inducted into both the Georgia and Alabama Music Halls of Fame...
    May he R.I.P.
  • Bruce from San Jose, CaI love Seductive Music....songs that woo and court and try to entice. "I-am-sooooo-INTO YOU..." You can feel the emotion in it.
  • Valentin from Beijing, ChinaRIP Ronnie Hammond...
  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyARS had two records to make the Top 10; and both were lucky sevens. 'Imaginary Lover' and 'So In To You' both peaked at No. 7!!!
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