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|"I'll Never Love This Way Again"|
|Single by Dionne Warwick|
|from the album Dionne|
|B-side||"In Your Eyes"|
|Released||July 15, 1979|
|Dionne Warwick singles chronology|
"I'll Never Love This Way Again" is a Grammy Award-winning, Gold-certified 1979 hit recorded by American singer Dionne Warwick. The song was composed by Richard Kerr (music) and Will Jennings (lyrics) and produced by Arista labelmate Barry Manilow. The hit song was recorded for Warwick's first Arista label album titled Dionne (1979).
The song was Warwick's first single release on Arista after an unsuccessful tenure at Warner Bros. Records. The song brought Warwick renewed popularity when it reached #5 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #18 on the Billboard R&B Chart. In Canada, "I'll Never Love This Way Again" peaked at #6. The song won Warwick a 1980 Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance. The tune was certified by the RIAA as Gold for sales of over 1 million copies and helped her Arista debut album, Dionne, be certified by the RIAA as Platinum for album sales of over 1 million copies.
The song was first recorded by Richard Kerr himself for his 1978 album Welcome To The Club as "I Know I'll Never Love This Way Again". Using the same title, the song was soon covered by Cheryl Ladd for her 1978 eponymous debut album. "I'll Never Love This Way Again" has also been recorded by Tom Jones, Billie Jo Spears, The Nolans, Regine Velasquez, Gary Valenciano, and Jona Viray.
The song has been also been recorded in several different language versions:
- Danish as "Det sker kun én gang i mit liv" by Peter Belli
- Dutch as "Vergeet jouw wereld" by André Hazes
- Finnish as "En Näin Voi Muita Rakastaa" by Marion Rung
- German as "Ich weiß, so lieben kann ich niemals mehr" by Margot Werner.
- Hungarian as "Így Még Senkit Nem Szerettem Én" by Korda György
- Italian as "Non mi innamoro più" by Catherine Spaak and Johnny Dorelli and "Io dio io re" by Christian De Sica.
- Spanish as "Como te Amé" by Yuri and La Lupe.
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