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True Love (Cole Porter song)

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"True Love"
Single by Bing Crosby and Grace Kelly
from the album High Society
B-side"Well, Did You Evah!"
ReleasedAugust 1956
RecordedFebruary 22, 1956
GenreEasy listening
LabelCapitol Records
Songwriter(s)Cole Porter
Producer(s)Johnny Green
"True Love"
Single by Richard Chamberlain
from the album Richard Chamberlain Sings
B-side"I Will Love You"
Songwriter(s)Cole Porter
Richard Chamberlain singles chronology
"All I Have to Do Is Dream/Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo"
"True Love"
"Blue Guitar"
"True Love"
Single by George Harrison
from the album Thirty Three & 1/3
B-side"Pure Smokey"
ReleasedFebruary 18, 1977
LabelDark Horse
Songwriter(s)Cole Porter
George Harrison singles chronology
"Crackerbox Palace"
"True Love"
"It's What You Value"
"True Love"
Single by Elton John and Kiki Dee
from the album Duets
B-side"The Show Must Go On", "Runaway Train"
ReleasedNovember 8, 1993 (1993-11-08)[1]
Songwriter(s)Cole Porter
Producer(s)Narada Michael Walden
Elton John singles chronology
"Simple Life"
"True Love"
"Don't Go Breaking My Heart"
Kiki Dee singles chronology
"Angel Eyes"
"True Love"

"True Love" is a 1956 song by Big Crosby and Grace Kelly. It was taken from the 1956 movie High Society and was nominated for an Academy Award in 1957. There have been other versions of the song including Richard Chamberlain, Shakin' Stevens and Elton John featuring Kiki Dee.

Notes[change | change source]

  1. "Single Releases" (PDF). Music Week. November 6, 1993. p. 23. Retrieved June 20, 2021.