"Amazed" was remixed for mainstream radio (a tactic commonly used to present country-leaning songs to non-country audiences) and the new mix's popularity prompted a re-entry in the Hot 100. On its second chart run, the track went to number one for two weeks in March of 2000. In doing so, it became the first country song to hit #1 on the Hot 100 since the Kenny Rogers/Dolly Parton duet, "Islands In The Stream," in 1983.
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Amazed [UK SINGLE]
Amazed Pt. 2
The song was covered by Bonnie Tyler and went to #157 in Top 200 Euro Airplay Charts. In 2002 the song was covered by Dutch band K-otic. It was also covered in 2006 by Duncan James for his album Future Past. It was released as a download only single on 12 March 2007 following poor sales of his previous singles and his album. The single was released in some European countries, such as Germany, which the single was released and peaked at a very disappointing #181 on the Germany Singles Chart. 2004 runner-up for the 2nd season of Australian Idol, Anthony Callea, also covered the song. It was the B-side of his record-selling debut single "The Prayer" in 2004. Amazed also appears on the debut album of Dutch singer Floortje Smit. More recently it was covered by Dancing DJs, with Caroline Griffin providing the vocals.