Together Again (Hank Smith song)

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"Together Again"
Single by Hank Smith
ReleasedJanuary 18, 1972
Genre Country
Label Quality
Hank Smith singles chronology
"Where Do We Go from Here"
"Together Again"
"Take Me Home"

"Together Again" is a single by Canadian country music artist Hank Smith. The song debuted at number 49 on the RPM Country Tracks chart on January 22, 1972. [1] It peaked at number 1 on May 27, 1972. [2]

Chart performance

Chart (1972)Peak
Canadian RPM Country Tracks1
Canadian RPM Adult Contemporary7

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  1. "RPM Country Singles for January 22, 1972". RPM . Retrieved 19 March 2011.
  2. "RPM Country Singles for May 27, 1972". RPM . Retrieved 19 March 2011.