Spirit move me every time I'm near you Whirling like a cyclone in my mind Sweet Melissa, angel of my lifetime Answer to all answers I can find. Baby, I love you, come, come, come into my arms Let me know the wonder of all of you Baby, I want you now, now, now, and hold on fast Could this be the magic at last? Lady, take me high upon a hillside High up where the stallion meets the sun I could love you, build my world around you Never leave you till my life is done. Baby, I love you, come, come, come into my arms Let me know the wonder of all of you And baby, I want you now, now, oh, now, oh now and hold on fast Could this be the magic at last? Could it be magic?
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Initially released in by Featherbed a group of session musicians featuring Barry Manilow , produced and co-written by Tony Orlando , it was later re-recorded as a Barry Manilow solo track, given a first album and single release in on Bell Records and - after being remixed - an album and single re-release in on Arista Records. The re-release became one of Manilow's first hits. The song has been recorded by a number of other artists over the years, most successfully by Donna Summer in and by Take That in Orlando contributed lyrics to Manilow's "Could It Be Magic," producing and arranging it as an uptempo pop single. As Manilow had only composed or arranged commercial jingles up to that point, he was unproven as a pop-song arranger, and, as such, was not permitted to arrange the backing track for the song's release. This early version of the song was released under the name of Featherbed, a "ghost" group consisting of session musicians including Manilow. Originally released on the Bell Records label, the composer hated the Tony Orlando arrangement so severely see Sweet Life that, as Manilow has said in numerous subsequent interviews, he was appreciative of the fact that the song went nowhere on the charts. However, he has been quoted in recent years as having somewhat softened his opinion of the track, saying it's "kind of catchy".
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