“Play Guitar Play” is a country song originally recorded by Conway Twitty in 1982. It was written by Steve Dorff and John Bettis and was released as a single from Twitty’s album “Dream Maker.”
In the song, Twitty sings about his love for playing the guitar and the joy it brings him. He sings about the way music can transport him to another place and help him forget his troubles for a while. The chorus of the song is a joyful celebration of music and the power it has to heal:
“Play guitar, play
Take me on a holiday
Play guitar, play
All night long”
The song features Twitty’s smooth, distinctive vocals, and the production is classic ’80s country, with plenty of twangy guitar and upbeat drums. It’s a fun, catchy song that showcases Twitty’s love of music and his ability to connect with his audience through his music.
“Play Guitar Play” remains a beloved classic in the country music world, and it’s a testament to Twitty’s enduring legacy as one of the greatest country artists of all time.