I Don't Want to Live Without You
|"I Don't Want to Live Without You"|
|Single by Foreigner|
|from the album Inside Information|
|B-side||"Face To Face"|
|Producer(s)||Frank Filipetti, Mick Jones|
|Foreigner singles chronology|
Released as the follow-up single to the song "Say You Will", "I Don't Want to Live Without You" peaked at #5 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in May 1988. It was the band's sixteenth (and, to date, final) entry on the Billboard pop Top 40. On the Billboard adult contemporary chart, the song became Foreigner's only #1 hit, spending one week atop the tally the week of May 14, 1988. The band had previously reached the Top 5 on the AC chart twice, with the songs "Waiting for a Girl Like You" (#5 in 1981) and "I Want to Know What Love Is" (#3 in 1985).
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