Are You on the Road to Lovin' Me Again

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"Are You on the Road to Lovin' Me Again"
Single by Debby Boone
from the album Love Has No Reason
B-side "When it's Just You and Me"
Released February 1980
Recorded November 1979
Genre Country
Length 2:29
Label Warner Bros. 49176
Writer(s) Debbie Hupp
Bob Morrison
Producer(s) Larry Butler
Debby Boone singles chronology
"Everybody's Somebody's Fool"
(1979)
"Are You on the Road to Lovin' Me Again"
(1980)
"Free to Be Lonely Again"
(1980)

"Are You on the Road to Lovin' Me Again" is a song recorded by American country and pop music artist Debby Boone. It was released in February 1980 as the first single from the album Love Has No Reason. The song was written by Debbie Hupp and Bob Morrison.

The song was Debby Boone's most successful country hit and her only number one. The single stayed at number one for a week and spent a total of ten weeks on the country chart.[1]

Historic week[edit]

The song was part of a historic week on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart in the week it reached number one. That week, all of the top five positions were held by female singers.

The Top 5 from that week was:

  1. "It's Like We Never Said Goodbye" by Crystal Gayle
  2. "A Lesson in Leavin'" by Dottie West
  3. "Are You on the Road to Lovin' Me Again" by Debby Boone
  4. "Beneath Still Waters" by Emmylou Harris
  5. "Two Story House" by Tammy Wynette (duet with George Jones)[2]

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (1980) Peak
position
US Hot Country Songs (Billboard)[3] 1
US Adult Contemporary (Billboard)[4] 31
Canadian RPM Country Tracks 20

References[edit]

  1. ^ Whitburn, Joel (2004). The Billboard Book Of Top 40 Country Hits: 1944-2006, Second edition. Record Research. p. 50. 
  2. ^ Billboard magazine — April 19, 1980 issue.
  3. ^ "Debby Boone – Chart history" Billboard Hot Country Songs for Debby Boone.
  4. ^ "Debby Boone – Chart history" Billboard Adult Contemporary for Debby Boone.
Preceded by
"A Lesson in Leavin'"
by Dottie West
Billboard Hot Country Singles
number-one single

May 3, 1980
Succeeded by
"Beneath Still Waters"
by Emmylou Harris