Real Love is a 1985 Dolly Parton album. It was her 27th solo studio album. The album was produced by David Malloy (best known for his work with Eddie Rabbitt), and was Parton's last studio album for RCA Nashville, her label for the previous eighteen years. The album included the #1 country singles "Real Love" (a duet with Kenny Rogers that also reached #91 on the U.S. pop charts) and "Think About Love", as well as the #3 country single "Don't Call it Love" and the top twenty #17 country single "Tie Our Love (In a Double Knot)", as well as a cover of Nanci Griffith's "Once in a Very Blue Moon".
Real Love was released on CD during the official album's release date but went out of print during the early '90s, and remaining so until it was reissued part of Parton's 2007 European tour and by BMG Germany (a division of Sony/BMG) in a two-fer CD. It was paired with 1983's Burlap & Satin.