Love One Another

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"Love One Another"
Single by Cher
from the album Living Proof
B-side "When the Money's Gone"
Released February 4, 2003
Recorded 2001
Genre Dance-pop, Euro disco
Length 3:44
Label Warner Bros/Wea
Writer(s) Billy Steinberg, Marie-Claire Cremers, Rick Nowels
Producer(s) Rick Nowels, Chris Cox, Wayne Rodrigues
Cher North American singles chronology
"A Different Kind of Love Song"/
"The Music's No Good Without You"
(2002)
"When the Money's Gone"/
"Love One Another"
(2003)
"Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered"
(2003)
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"Love One Another" was originally recorded by Dutch singer Amber in 1999 for her self-titled album. The track went to number on the US dance charts.[1]

Cher's cover version[edit]

Live performances[edit]

Cher performed the song on the following concert tours:

  • The Farewell Tour (sung as part of the Love Medley on the fifth leg of the tour only in Europe)

Formats and track listings[edit]

These are the formats and track listings of all single releases of "Love One Another".

US 2×12" vinyl (9362 42496-0)[2]

  • A1. "When the Money's Gone" (Brother Brown H&H Vocal Mix)
  • A2. "When the Money's Gone" (Thick Dick Vs Cher Bootleg Mix)
  • B. "When the Money's Gone" (The Passengerz Hypnotic Club Mix)
  • C. "Love One Another" (Eddie Baez Club Mix)
  • D. "Love One Another" (J Star Club Mix)

US CD maxi single (9 42496-2)[3]

  1. "When the Money's Gone" (Brother Brown H&H Vocal Mix)
  2. "When the Money's Gone" (The Passengerz Club Mix)
  3. "When the Money's Gone" (Thick Dick vs. Cher Bootleg Mix)
  4. "When the Money's Gone" (Manny Lehman Vocal Mix)
  5. "When the Money's Gone" (Brother Brown Dynamo Mix)
  6. "Love One Another" (Eddie Baez Club Mix)
  7. "Love One Another" (J Star Club Mix)
  8. "Love One Another" (Friscia & Lamboy Club Mix)

Official Versions[edit]

  • Album Version
  • Eddie Baez Club Mix
  • Friscia & Lamboy Club Mix
  • Friscia & Lamboy Dub Mix
  • J Star Club Mix

Charts[edit]

Chart (2003) Peak
position
US Hot Dance Club Songs (Billboard) 2

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Preceded by
"Pasilda" by Afro Medusa
Billboard Hot Dance Club Play number-one single (Amber version)
December 2, 2000
Succeeded by
"Dreamin'" by Loleatta Holloway