About the song

If you are a fan of country music, you might be familiar with the song “I See the Want To in Your Eyes” by Conway Twitty. This song was released in 1974 as the second single from his album “I’m Not Through Loving You Yet”. It was written by Wayne Carson, who also wrote hits for Elvis Presley and The Box Tops. The song was Twitty’s 11th number one on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, and also reached number one in Canada.

The song is about a man who notices the attraction in a woman’s eyes, even though she is already married to someone else. He wonders how strong her marriage is, and if she is willing to cheat on her husband with him. He admits that he could reignite the passion in her, but he also respects her decision to stay or go.

The song has a smooth and seductive melody, with Twitty’s distinctive voice delivering the lyrics with emotion and conviction. The song features a steel guitar solo by John Hughey, who was known for his innovative style and tone. The song was produced by Owen Bradley, who was one of the most influential figures in Nashville sound.

The song has been featured in popular culture, such as in an episode of Family Guy, where Twitty’s performance on That Good Ole Nashville Music was shown in its entirety. The song has also been covered by other artists, such as Gary Stewart, who recorded it first in 1975, and Loretta Lynn, who sang it as a duet with Twitty on their album “United Talent” in 1976.