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(Want You) Back in My Life Again

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"(Want You) Back in My Life Again"
Single by Carpenters
from the album Made in America
B-side"Somebody's Been Lyin'"
ReleasedSeptember 1981
Format7" single
GenreSynthpop, new wave, disco
Songwriter(s)Kerry Chater / Chris Christian
Producer(s)Richard Carpenter
Carpenters singles chronology
"Touch Me When We're Dancing"
"(Want You) Back in My Life Again"
"Those Good Old Dreams"
CD cover art
US single sleeve
US single sleeve

"(Want You) Back in My Life Again" is a song by the popular group the Carpenters, the second single off their album Made in America, released in 1981. Its B-side was "Somebody's Been Lyin'", another song from the album.

This song also has the "synthesizer programming" of Daryl Dragon of Captain and Tennille fame.[1]


Chart (1981) Peak
US Billboard Hot 100 72
US Billboard Adult Contemporary 14


  1. ^ The Complete Guide to the Music of the Carpenters by John Tobler, Omnibus Press, 1998. pg 92

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