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Till I Loved You may refer to:

Till I Loved You (song) single

"Till I Loved You" is a song from the never-staged musical Goya: A Life in Song, based on the life of the Spanish artist Francisco Goya. It was written by American composer Maury Yeston.

<i>Till I Loved You</i> (album) 1988 studio album by Barbra Streisand

Till I Loved You is the twenty-fifth studio album by American artist Barbra Streisand, released on October 25, 1988 on Columbia Records. The album was particularly notable both for its thematic structure and its high-budget production, as many guest writers, producers and musicians participated during its making – Burt Bacharach and Carole Bayer Sager offered three brand new songs to the album, Quincy Jones produced "The Places You Find Love" and Luther Vandross and Dionne Warwick among others added backing vocals to the track. Also, the title track was a duet between Streisand and her then-boyfriend, actor Don Johnson. According to the liner notes of Barbra's retrospective box set: Just for the Record, the album also received a record certification in the Netherlands and in New Zealand.

"Til I Loved You" is a song written by Van Stephenson, Dave Robbins and Jeff Silbar, and recorded by American singer Juice Newton for her 1983 album Dirty Looks. It was covered by Restless Heart in 1985 and released as the fourth single from their album Restless Heart in March 1986, peaking at number 10 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.

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