There! I've Said It Again was Bobby Vinton's seventh studio album, released in January 1964. It reached #8 on the Billboard Hot 200 list of popular albums. Included inside the album cover is an overview of Vinton's career since the success of his first hit, "Roses Are Red (My Love)".
Two singles came from this album: the title track and "My Heart Belongs to Only You". With the exception of "Warm and Tender" (co-written by Vinton), the entire album consists of songs that were made popular during the 1940s and early 1950s.