Love Songs (UB40 Album)

Love Songs
UB40
Released 2009
Recorded 1980 – 2009
Genre Reggae
Label Virgin Records

Love Songs is a compilation album by the British reggae band UB40. It was issued in 2009 and includes all the love songs from the band. The album includes 17 solo tracks as well as the 2 tracks that the band performed with Chrissie Hynde from The Pretenders and the Robert Palmer track "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight."

The album was released in time for Valentine's Day. Upon entering the UK albums chart at #3, it had become the band's highest charting album since 1993.

Track list

  1. (I Can't Help) Falling In Love With You
  2. I Got You Babe (Featuring Chrissie Hynde)
  3. Kiss And Say Goodbye
  4. You're Always Pulling Me Down
  5. Don't Break My Heart
  6. Please Don't Make Me Cry
  7. I Love It When You Smile
  8. Homely Girl
  9. Where Did I Go Wrong
  10. Come Back Darling
  11. Impossible Love
  12. Dream a Lie
  13. Tears From My Eyes
  14. Breakfast in Bed (UB40 And Chrissie Hynde)
  15. I'll Be Your Baby Tonight (Robert Palmer Featuring UB40)
  16. Bring Me Your Cup
  17. I'll Be There
  18. Gotta Tell Someone
  19. Here I Am (Come And Take Me)
  20. I Would Do for You


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