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"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, "Workin' Man" as the B-side. An uptempo version was included on the album.

"True Love"
Single by Glenn Frey
from the album Soul Searchin'
B-side"Workin' Man"
ReleasedAugust 1988
Format7" vinyl
GenreSoft rock
Songwriter(s)Glenn Frey, Jack Tempchin
Producer(s)Elliot Scheiner, Glenn Frey
Glenn Frey singles chronology
"You Belong to the City "
"True Love"
"Soul Searchin'"



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'."


"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.

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