There! I’ve Said It Again is a classic of the Rock and Roll era. It was written in 1945 by the American lyricist Redd Evans (1912-1972) and songwriter David Mann (1916-2002) and first recorded in the same year by the baritone and bandleader Vaughn Monroe (1911-1973). However, it is best remembered for the 1963 version by Bobby Vinton (b.1935), which topped the American charts for four consecutive weeks. It was the last American song to reach No. 1 before the Beatlemania arrived and took over, heralding a new era of British imports. As such, it is often seen to mark a watershed moment.
This classic song has been transcribed for Piano, Voice, and Guitar, with Boxed Chord symbols for easy use.