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One More Last Chance:Ray Stevens

One More Last Chance was Ray Stevens' eighteenth studio album as well and his second for RCA Records, released in 1981. The front of the album cover shows Stevens dressed in cowboy attire and at a bar with a pretty, flirtatious woman standing at his side. The singles "Night Games" and "One More Last Chance" were lifted from this album.


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Track listing[edit]Edit

Side A
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "One More Last Chance"   Bynum, Reneau 4:10
2. "Just About Love"   Sharp 3:19
3. "Certain Songs"   Tupper Saussy 2:48
4. "Melissa"   C.W. Kalb, Jr. 5:00
5. "I Believe You Love Me"   Tupper Saussy 2:42
Side B
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Pretend"   Douglas, Parman, LaVere 4:04
2. "It's Not All Over"   Sharp 3:25
3. "Let's Do It Right This Time"   C.W. Kalb, Jr. 2:57
4. "Take Your Love"   Sharp 3:19
5. "Night Games"   C.W. Kalb, Jr. 3:22


  • Arranged and Produced by: Ray Stevens
  • Engineer: Stuart Keathley
  • Mastering: Randy King - Randy's Roost
  • Recorded at Ray Stevens Studio, Nashville, Tennessee


  • Keyboards & Synthesizers: Ray Stevens
  • Drums: Jerry Carrigan & Jerry Kroon
  • Bass: Stuart Keathley
  • Electric Guitars: Mark Casstevens, John Clausi, Dale Sellers
  • Acoustic Guitars: Mark Casstevens, John Clausi
  • Background Vocals: Ray Stevens & Lisa Silver
  • Percussion: Ray Stevens
  • Strings: Shelly Kurland Strings
  • Horns: Ray Stevens
  • Steel Guitars: Larry (Wimpy Wayne) Sasser & Hal Rugg
  • Photographer: Slick Lawson
  • Art Director: Bill Barnes, The Emporium

Chart performance[edit]Edit


Year Single Peak positions
US Country CAN Country
1980 "Night Games" 20 11
1981 "One More Last Chance" 33 46

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