The Truth About Love (Lemar album)

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The Truth About Love
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Studio album by
Released11 September 2006 (UK)
Label RCA
Producer Brian Rawling, Darren Clinch & Paul Meehan
Lemar chronology
Time to Grow
The Truth About Love
The Reason
Singles from The Truth About Love
  1. "It's Not That Easy"
    Released: 4 September 2006
  2. "Someone Should Tell You"
    Released: 20 November 2006
  3. "Tick Tock"
    Released: 19 March 2007
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The Truth About Love is the third studio album by English soul/R&B singer Lemar. The album was released on the 11 September 2006 and contains the singles "It's Not That Easy", "Tick Tock", and "Someone Should Tell You".


Since the album's release in September 2006, The Truth About Love charted and peaked at number three in the UK albums chart, Lemar's highest-charting album to date and his first to make the top 5.

The album was certified Gold by the BPI on 15 September 2006, after only five days of it being on sale. [2] It was later awarded Platinum certification by the BPI on 8 December 2006.

Track listing

2."Love Me Or Leave Me"3:23
3."It's Not That Easy"3:25
4."Someone Should Tell You"3:44
5."Be Faithful"3:32
6."Tick Tock"3:31
7."Just Can't Live Without Each Other Love"4:08
8."Can't You See" (feat. Styles P & Mica Paris)3:05
9."When A Heart Is Broken"4:07
11."Let's Fall In Love (Interlude)"0:47
12."Anniversary" (feat. Joss Stone)4:09
13."Beauty Queen"3:40
14."Your Face"3:25
iTunes Edition
15."It's Not That Easy" (Live Version)2:44
16."Come On Over" (UK Bonus Track)3:21


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