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My Love (Lionel Richie song)

"My Love"
Single by Lionel Richie
from the album Lionel Richie
A-side My Love
B-side Round and Round
Released 1983
Format 7" (45 rpm)
Recorded 1982
Genre Soft rock, R&B
Length 4:08
Label Motown
Writer(s) Lionel Richie
Producer Lionel Richie
James Anthony Carmichael
Lionel Richie singles chronology

"You Are"
(1983)
"My Love"
(1983)
"All Night Long (All Night)"
(1983)

"My Love" is the title of a 1983 hit song by the American R&B / pop music singer-songwriter Lionel Richie. It was the third single released off Richie's self-titled debut solo album. The song features harmony backing vocals by country music singer Kenny Rogers.[1] It reached the Top 10 on three notable Billboard magazine charts in the spring of 1983: on the pop chart, the song peaked at # 5;[2] on the adult contemporary chart, the song spent four weeks at # 1;[1] and on the R&B chart, the song topped out at # 6.[1] "My Love" was not among Richie's more successful singles in the United Kingdom, where it managed # 70 on the UK Singles Chart.[3]

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