Three Words, Two Hearts, One Night

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"Three Words, Two Hearts, One Night"
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Single by Mark Collie
from the album Tennessee Plates
B-side "Tunica Motel"
ReleasedJune 17, 1995
Genre Country
Length2:48
Label Giant
Songwriter(s) Mark Collie, Gerry House
Producer(s) James Stroud, Mark Collie
Mark Collie singles chronology
"Hard Lovin' Woman"
(1994)
"Three Words, Two Hearts, One Night"
(1995)
"Steady as She Goes"
(1995)

"Three Words, Two Hearts, One Night" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music artist Mark Collie. It was released in June 1995 as the first single from the album Tennessee Plates . The song reached #25 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. [1] The song was written by Collie and Gerry House.

Chart performance

Chart (1995)Peak
position
US Hot Country Songs ( Billboard ) [2] 25
Canadian RPM Country Tracks42

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References

  1. Whitburn, Joel (2012). Hot Country Songs: 1944-2012, Eighth edition. Record Research. p. 81.
  2. "Mark Collie Chart History (Hot Country Songs)". Billboard.