Love Is In The Air: Torn Between Two Lovers
February 19, 2020
Month-long celebration of Love featuring Love Songs from the 70’s, and we are half-way through the month!
You are more than welcome to join in the fun, all you need to do is include a link to your post in the comments so that everyone can visit. The more the merrier :) Your songs do not need to be from the 70’s, but they do need to be Love Songs.
Alright! Let’s get this party started! Fill up those waterbeds, break out the black lights and disco balls and let’s have some fun!
The song for today -
Torn Between Two Lovers by Mary Macgregor
Wikipedia tells us about this song:
"Torn Between Two Lovers" is a song written by Peter Yarrow (of the folk music trio Peter, Paul & Mary) and Phillip Jarrell. The song describes a love triangle and laments that "loving both of you is breaking all the rules". Mary MacGregor recorded it at Muscle Shoals Sound Studio in 1976. The song became the title track of her first album.
"Torn Between Two Lovers" reached No. 1 on both the U.S. pop chart in February 1977 as well as the Easy Listening chart in the final week of 1976 and first week of 1977. It also reached No. 1 on the Canadian charts. The song also peaked at No. 3 on the country charts of both nations. In early 1977, the song peaked at No. 4 in the United Kingdom.
Won’t you join me in this fun month-long theme? Again, all you need to do is post your link in the comments.