For the Love of Him

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"For the Love of Him"
Single by Bobbi Martin
from the album For the Love of Him
A-side For the Love of Him
B-side I Think Of You
Released 1970 (1970)
Genre Pop
Label United Artists
Writer(s) Bobbi Martin, Henry Jerome
Producer(s) Henry Jerome
Bobbi Martin singles chronology
"Harper Valley PTA"
(1968)
"For the Love of Him"
(1970)
"Give a Woman Love"
(1970)

"For the Love of Him" is the title track from a 1970 album by Bobbi Martin who wrote the song with her producer Henry Jerome (who used the pseudonym Al Mortimer). The single was her most successful release on both the Pop and Easy Listening charts in the United States, peaking at #13 on Billboard magazine's Hot 100 Pop chart and reaching #1 on the magazine's Easy Listening chart for two weeks in May 1970.[1] "For The Love of Him" also afforded Martin a hit in Canada (#9) and Australia (#14).

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  1. ^ Whitburn, Joel (2002). Top Adult Contemporary: 1961-2001. Record Research. p. 157. 
Preceded by
"Let It Be" by The Beatles
Billboard Easy Listening Singles number-one single
May 9, 1970 (2 weeks)
Succeeded by
"Everything Is Beautiful" by Ray Stevens