Paula's fifth and final single released from Spellbound was a ballad titled, "Will You Marry Me?"
Stevie Wonder made a special guest appearance on the track playing the harmonica.
A perfectly timed release, "Will You Marry Me?" hit the airwaves as the media frenzy began over Paula Abdul's recent engagement to actor Emilio Estevez.
The two wed in a California court on April 29th, 1992 and divorced two years later on May of 1994.
Import copies of "Spellbound" feature a bonus track titled "Good Night My Love," a song Paula recorded for the Pediatric Aids Foundation.
The song was also featured on the "For Our Children" album. "Good Night My Love" was written and produced by Don Was and also appears on the B-side of the "Will You Marry Me?" single.
"Will You Marry Me", Paula's third ballad release, charted the 19th position on Billboard Charts.
Will You Marry Me?
US Cassette 4-98584:
1. Will You Marry Me? - Album Version
2. Goodnight, My Love (Pleasant Dreams)
UK 5" CD VUSCD 58:
1. Will You Marry Me? - Edit
2. The Promise of a New Day - East Coast Remix
3. Good Night, My Love (Pleasant Dreams)
4. Will You Marry Me? - Album Version
1. Will You Marry Me?