If I Had You (The Carpenters song)

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"If I Had You"
Single by The Carpenters
from the album Lovelines
A-side "If I Had You"
B-side "Lovelines"
Released 1989
Format 7" single
Recorded 1980
Genre Pop
Label A&M
1940
Writer(s) Stephen Dorff, Gary Harju, Larry Herbstritt
Producer(s) Phil Ramone
The Carpenters singles chronology
"Something in Your Eyes"
(1987)
"If I Had You"
(1989)
"Let Me Be the One"
(1991)

"If I Had You" is a song recorded by the late Karen Carpenter during her solo sessions in New York with producer Phil Ramone for her subsequently shelved debut solo album. When the eponymous album was eventually issued after her death, "If I Had You" was released as its first single.

Even though Richard Carpenter was not featured on the track, "If I Had You" also appeared on The Carpenters album Lovelines (the title track served as the single's B-side). However, Richard did master the final edit of the song.

Chart (1989) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Adult Contemporary 18

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