|"Til I Find My Love"|
|Single by Family Brown|
|from the album These Days|
|B-side||"Just a Little Bit of Love"|
|Released||May 9, 1988|
|Family Brown singles chronology|
"Til I Find My Love" is a single by Canadian country music group Family Brown. Released in May 1988, the song is the first single from their tenth studio album These Days . The song reached number one on the RPM Country Tracks chart in July 1988and also crossed over to the Adult Contemporary Tracks chart, peaking at number 19.
|Canadian RPM Country Tracks||1|
|Canadian RPM Adult Contemporary Tracks||19|
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