Love's Gonna Live Here
|"Love's Gonna Live Here"|
|Single by Buck Owens|
|from the album The Best of Buck Owens|
|B-side||"Getting Used to Losing You"|
|Released||August 19, 1963|
|Buck Owens singles chronology|
"Love's Gonna Live Here" is a 1963 single by Buck Owens, who also wrote the song. The single would be Buck Owens' second number one on the country charts spending sixteen weeks at the top spot and a total of thirty weeks on the chart.
After "Love's Gonna Live Here" finished its 16-week stay at No. 1, no other song would spend more than 10 weeks at No. 1 for 49 years; the closest any song came was 2 1/2 years later, with David Houston's "Almost Persuaded" spending nine weeks at No. 1 from August to October 1966. On January 12, 2013, "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" by Taylor Swift would become the first song since "Love's Gonna Live Here" to spend at least 10 weeks at No. 1.
On July 6, 2013, "Cruise" by Florida Georgia Line surpassed the 16-weeks-at-No.-1 longevity of "Love's Gonna Live Here" on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart when that song logged its 17th week at No. 1, something that had not happened in more than 49 years.
|U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles||1|
- Sten & Stanley on the 1994 album Musik, dans & party 10.
- Waylon Jennings - On the album Waylon at JD's (Sound Limited), released in December 1964
- Wanda Jackson - On the album The Happy Side of Wanda Jackson (Capitol), released in 1969
- Emmylou Harris - On the album Last Date (Emmylou Harris album), released in 1982.
- Martina McBride - On the album Timeless (RCA), released on October, 10 2005
- The Derailers - On the album Under the Influence of Buck (Palo Duro Records), released on July 31, 2007
- Dwight Yoakam - On the album Dwight Sings Buck (New West), released on October 23, 2007
- Tanya Tucker – On the album My Turn, released on June 30, 2009
- Whitburn, Joel (2004). The Billboard Book of Top 40 Country Hits: 1944-2006, Second edition. Record Research. p. 257.
- "Musik, dans & party 9" (in Swedish). Svensk mediedatabas. 1994. Retrieved 28 October 2014.
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- allmusic ((( Thee Happy Side of Wanda Jackson > Overview )))
- allmusic ((( Timeless > Overview )))
- allmusic ((( Under the Influence of Buck > Overview )))
- allmusic ((( Dwight Sings Buck > Overview )))
"Talk Back Trembling Lips"
by Ernest Ashworth
|Billboard Hot Country Singles
October 19, 1963-February 1, 1964
"Begging to You"
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