|"Til the World Ends"|
|Single by Three Dog Night|
|from the album Coming Down Your Way|
|B-side||"Yo Te Quiero Hablar (Take You Down)"|
|Genre||Adult Contemporary, Soft Rock|
|Producer(s)||Bob Monaco, Jimmy Ienner|
|Three Dog Night singles chronology|
"Til the World Ends" is a song written by Dave Loggins and performed by Three Dog Night, who in 1972 had had a Top 20 hit with Loggins' "Pieces of April": produced by Bob Monaco and Jimmy Ienner and arranged by Jimmie Haskell,"Til the World Ends" was featured on the 1975 Three Dog Night album, Coming Down Your Way .
The final Top 40 hit for Three Dog Night, "Til the World Ends" reached #32 on the Hot 100 in Billboard also ranking on the magazine's Adult Contemporary chart with a #11 peak.Outside of the US, "Til the World Ends" went to #26 on the Canadian pop chart in 1975, and reached #9 on the Canadian adult contemporary chart.
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