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Love Is Strange (album)

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Love Is Strange (album)

For the Jackson Browne/David Lindley album, see Love Is Strange: En Vivo Con Tino.

Love Is Strange
Kenny Rogers
Released 1990
Recorded 1990
Genre Country
Length 38:17
Label Reprise
Producer Jim Ed Norman
Kenny Rogers chronology

Christmas In America
Love Is Strange
Back Home Again

Love Is Strange is a 1990 album by country music superstar Kenny Rogers.

Track listing

  1. Love Is Strange [Duet with Dolly Parton] (Baker, McDaniel, Robinson) [3:27]
  2. Soldier of Love (Brannan, Crawford, Malloy) [2:50]
  3. Listen to the Rain (Ewing, Sampson) [3:34]
  4. If I Were a Painting (Ewing, Sampson) [3:44]
  5. Crazy in Love (McCormick, Stevens) [4:18]
  6. Lay My Body Down (Henry, Morrison) [4:05]
  7. So Little Love in the World (Smotherman) [4:17]
  8. Walk Away (Carpenter, Kell) [4:39]
  9. In Our Old Age (Bosarge, Hardison, Hollowell) [3:55]
  10. What I Did for Love (Maher, Schuyler) [3:28]

Chart performance

Chart (1990) Peak
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 21


Love Is Strange is home to three singles. The title cut, a duet with Dolly Parton, debuted first and made it to number 21 in the U.S. and number 14 in Canada. The follow-up single, released in 1990, was "Lay My Body Down", which reached number 69 in the U.S. but did not chart in Canada. The final single, "What I Did For Love", did the opposite, charting only in Canada, peaking at number 81.

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