Meet Me in Montana
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|"Meet Me in Montana"|
|Single by Dan Seals and Marie Osmond|
|from the album Won't Be Blue Anymore (Seals) and There's No Stopping Your Heart (Osmond)|
|B-side||"What Do Lonely People Do"|
"Meet Me in Montana" is a song written by Paul Davis, and recorded by American country music artists Dan Seals and Marie Osmond as a duet. It was released in July 1985 as the lead-off single from Seals' album Won't Be Blue Anymore, and the second single from Osmond's 1985 album There's No Stopping Your Heart.
"Meet Me in Montana" reached No. 1 on the Billboard magazine Hot Country Singles chart for one week in October 1985. The single became the first chart-topping hit for Seals, and Osmond's second No. 1 hit, her first to peak at the top of the chart since 1973's Paper Roses.
Awards and reception
"Meet Me in Montana" earned Seals and Osmond the Country Music Association Vocal Duo of the Year award in 1986.
The song refers to two lovers who go their separate ways to pursue dreams; him, to be a country music star, and her to be a Hollywood actress. When both of them experience misery and failure, they decide that the best hope for their future is with each other, in Montana.
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