I Feel Something in the Air

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"I Feel Something in The Air"
Single by Cher
from the album Cher
B-side "Come To Your Window"
Released 1966
Format 7" single
Genre Pop, folk
Length 3:51
Label Imperial Records
Writer(s) Sonny Bono
Producer(s) Sonny Bono
Cher singles chronology
"Alfie"
(1966)
"I Feel Something in The Air"
(1966)
"Sunny"
(1966)

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"I Feel Something in The Air" is a song written and produced by Sonny Bono that was released as the second single from Cher's third album "Cher" in 1966. "I Feel Something in The Air" became a minor hit by peaking at number 43 on the British charts. However, it failed to reach the U.S. charts. The songs controversial topic, which was unwanted pregnancy, may have been a factor in the songs disappointing sales. The song was also known, and released as "Magic In The Air" in some places.

Charts[edit]

Chart 1966) Peak
position
Canadian Singles Chart[1] 89
UK Singles Chart[2] 43

References[edit]

  1. ^ RPM chart archives at Collections Canada for the Cher single I Feel Something in the Air (Magic in the Air).
  2. ^ "I Feel Something in The Air" in UK Singles Chart [1] . Retrieved October 31, 2010.