The significance of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy in organic synthesis cannot be overstated, as it plays a pivotal role in deducing chemical structures from experimental data. While machine learning has predominantly been employed for predictive purposes in the analysis of spectral data, our study introduces a novel application of a transformer-based model's attention weights to unravel the underlying "language" that correlates spectral peaks with their corresponding atom in the chemical structures. This attention mapping technique proves beneficial for comprehending spectra, enabling the reliable differentiation between product $^1$H-NMR spectra and reactant spectra extracted from experimental data with an accuracy exceeding 95%. Furthermore, it consistently associates peaks with the correct atoms in the molecule, achieving a remarkable peak-to-atom match rate of 71% for exact match and 89% of close shift matching (+- 0.59ppm). This framework exemplifies the capability of harnessing the attention mechanism within transformer models to unveil the intricacies of spectroscopic data. Importantly, this approach can readily be extended to other types of spectra, showcasing its versatility and potential for broader applications in the field.