|"Time Don't Run Out on Me"
|Single by Anne Murray
|from the album Heart Over Mind
|"Let Your Heart Do the Talking"
|Jim Ed Norman
|Anne Murray singles chronology
"Time Don't Run Out on Me" is a song written by Gerry Goffin and Carole King, and recorded by Canadian country music artist Anne Murray. It was released in January 1985 as the second single from the Gold-selling album Heart Over Mind .
The track hit #1 on the RPM Country Tracks chart in Canada in April 1985.and also reached at #2 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart in the United States.
The song also appears on Murray's 2007 album Anne Murray Duets: Friends & Legends , recorded as a duet with the song's co-composer, Carole King.
|Canadian RPM Country Tracks
|Canadian RPM Adult Contemporary Tracks
|US Hot Country Songs ( Billboard )
|US Adult Contemporary ( Billboard )
|US Hot Country Songs (Billboard)
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