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"Love Is Surrender"
Song by The Carpenters
from the album Close to You
Close to You

Image of The Carpenters' second album, Close to You

Recorded 1970
Released August 19, 1970
Length 1:59
Genre(s) Pop
Writer(s) Ralph Carmichael
Producer(s) Jack Daugherty
Record label A&M Records
Letter (Make Your Own Kind of Music) C, for The Carpenters
Tracks from Close to You

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"We've Only Just Begun" (1)

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"Maybe It's You" (3)

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"Love Is Surrender" is a song composed by Ralph Carmichael. Originally from the early 1970s Christian musical "Tell It Like It Is", Richard Carpenter and John Bettis changed many of the lyrics to reduce the song's overtly-religious meaning. It was released by The Carpenters in 1970 on their second album, Close to You. This is one of the few tracks in which both Carpenters, Karen and Richard, have a lead vocal.

It fades out to "Maybe It's You" on the album.

References Edit

Close to You on Wikipedia

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