Don Everly wrote this amorous number about a life-altering smooch after a dalliance he had while the Everly Brothers were on tour in Australia. "I wrote it about a girl I met on that trip," he said in a 1998 interview. "Her name was Lillian, and she was very, very inspirational. I was married, but... you know."
This features Chet Atkins on guitar and Jerry Allison of The Crickets on drums.
This also peaked at #8 on the Country chart.
Country singer Connie Smith covered this on her 1976 album, Songs We Fell In Love To. Her version was a #10 Country hit in the US and also topped Canada's country chart.
Several reggae artists have covered this, including Al Campbell, Delroy Jones, Nan McClean, Dobbie Dobson, Jimmy London, and Shinehead.
This was used in the 1973 movie That'll Be The Day, starring David Essex as an aspiring rock musician.