Makin' Me Fall in Love Again

Album: Kellie Pickler (2008)
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Songfacts®:

  • This is the fourth single from American Country artist Kellie Pickler's self-titled second album. Karyn Rochelle, James T. Slater, and Shane Stevens wrote the song.
  • In this song the female narrator describes the euphoria of being in love. Pickler told The Boot: "'Makin' Me Fall In Love Again' is a reflection of where I am with my life right now. I'm very excited about it being the fourth single. It's such a great song for the springtime and summertime. It's just so happy and warm. I think it was a good pick, especially since the last song ['Didn't You Know How Much I Loved You'] was a ballad and more of a break-up song."
  • The song nearly didn't make it onto her album. "This was the last song that we recorded for the album," she explained. "It just barely made it. We were ready to send it off to be mastered and to get it ready to be packaged for the shelves, but it just made it barely. I was actually surprised how it did make it on there. I'm glad it did... It completed the record."

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