Lovers Again

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"Lovers Again"
File:Bonnie Tyler - Lovers Again single artwork.jpg
Single by Bonnie Tyler
from the album Secret Dreams and Forbidden Fire
B-side"I Do It for You"
ReleasedJanuary 1987
Format7" single
Recorded1986
GenrePop rock
Length4:32
LabelColumbia
Songwriter(s)Desmond Child
Producer(s)Jim Steinman
Bonnie Tyler singles chronology
"Rebel Without a Clue"
(1986)
"Lovers Again"
(1987)
"Sem Limites Pra Sonhar (Reaching for the Infinite Heart)"
(1986)

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"Lovers Again" is a song recorded by Bonnie Tyler for her 1986 rock album Secret Dreams and Forbidden Fire. It was written by Desmond Child and produced by Jim Steinman.

The song was released as the final single from Secret Dreams and Forbidden Fire, and failed to chart internationally.

Background and composition[edit]

Jim Steinman recruited Desmond Child to write two songs for Secret Dreams and Forbidden Fire. Child wrote "Lovers Again" and the more successful "If You Were a Woman (And I Was a Man)".

The song shares the B-side "I Do It for You" with Tyler's previous single, "Rebel Without a Clue".

Track listing and formats[edit]

7" single[1]
  1. "Lovers Again" — 4:00
  2. "I Do It for You" — 5:07

Live performances[edit]

A live version of the song was released on Tyler's CD and DVD release, Live in Germany 1993.

References[edit]

  1. Lovers Again (7-inch single). Bonnie Tyler. CBS Records. 1986. 650317 7.


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