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"I Kept on Loving You"
Single by The Carpenters
from the album Close to You
Close to You

Front cover of The Carpenters' album Close to You

A-side "(They Long to Be) Close to You"
Recorded 1970
Released August 19, 1970
Length 2:17
Genre(s) Pop
Writer(s) Paul Williams, Roger Nichols
Producer(s) Jack Daugherty
Record label A&M Records
Letter (Make Your Own Kind of Music) Y, for "you"
Tracks from Close to You

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"Mr. Guder" (10)
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"Mr. Guder" (10)

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"Another Song" (12)

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Singles by The Carpenters

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"Ticket to Ride" (1970)

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"We've Only Just Begun" (1970)

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"I Kept on Loving You" is a song written by Paul Williams and Roger Nichols. It was the eleventh song of The Carpenters' second album, Close to You.

The preceding song, "Mr. Guder", faded directly into "I Kept on Loving You" on the album. However, the single version has none of the string fadeout.

PersonnelEdit

  • Richard Carpenter – lead and backing vocals, keyboards
  • Karen Carpenter – backing vocals

Have a ListenEdit

References Edit


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