True Love (Glenn Frey song)

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"True Love"
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Single by Glenn Frey
from the album Soul Searchin'
B-side "Working Man"
ReleasedAugust 1988
Genre Soft rock
Length3:22 (Single Edit)
4:39 (Album version)
Label MCA
Songwriter(s) Glenn Frey, Jack Tempchin
Producer(s) Elliot Scheiner, Glenn Frey
Glenn Frey singles chronology
"You Belong to the City"
(1985)
"True Love"
(1988)
"Soul Searchin'"
(1989)
Music video
Listen to "True Love" (Official Music Video) on YouTube

"True Love" is a song by American musician and singer-songwriter Glenn Frey, a member of the Eagles. It was released as a single from his third studio solo album Soul Searchin' , in 1988. [1] The single features a ballad version of the track, "Working Man" as the B-side. An uptempo version was included on the album.

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Background

In the liner notes to the original album Glenn Frey wrote of the song "For those of you who have my previous albums, I apologize. I just can't shake my obsession with this Al Green-Memphis thing. Like Wilson Pickett says, 'Don't fight it'."

Reception

"True Love" is one of Frey's biggest hit singles, peaking at No. 13 on the Billboard Hot 100 [2] and No. 2 on both the U.S. Adult Contemporary chart (2 weeks) [3] and Canadian singles chart (1 week). It also peaked at No. 49 on the Australian charts.

Chart performance

Personnel

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