Hello all! Welcome to the this week’s feature of Sunday Morning Time Capsule which is a weekly feature here at Critically Country. In this feature I do a throwback spotlight on a song, album or subject. I say spotlight instead of review because I won’t be giving grades for this feature just discussing the piece of work. Nostalgia can be a powerful thing so hopefully you all enjoy this piece as much as I do. I am happy to take requests for the Time Capsule if you have any so speak up if you do.
Last week on the Sunday Morning Time Capsule we went back to 1951 for Hank Williams hit song “I Can’t Help It (If I’m Still In Love With You).” This week we move up to the year 1981 for Don Williams’ hit song “Falling Again.” “Falling Again” peaked at 6 on the Billboard Country charts in 1981 and was the second single from his album I Believe In You. In this track a man is following old habits by falling for a woman too soon after his heart was broken by a previous woman. He knows that he should take his time and let his heart recover but then a woman smiles at him and he returns to the same cycle. The song was written by Bob McDill.