Love Will Find a Way (Yes song)

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"Love Will Find a Way"
Love Will Find a Way cover.jpg
Single by Yes
from the album Big Generator
B-side"Holy Lamb (Song for Harmonic Convergence)"
ReleasedSeptember 14, 1987
GenrePop rock
LabelAtco Records - Atco 99449
Songwriter(s)Trevor Rabin
Producer(s)Yes, Trevor Horn, Trevor Rabin, and Paul De Villiers
Yes singles chronology
"Hold On"
"Love Will Find a Way"
"Rhythm of Love"

"Love Will Find a Way" is a song by the progressive rock band Yes, from their 1987 album Big Generator. It was released as the first single from that album, reaching number 30 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in late 1987.[1] It also topped the U.S. Mainstream Rock chart, holding onto the number one spot for three weeks.[1]


Yes guitarist and singer Trevor Rabin originally wrote the song for singer Stevie Nicks to perform;[2] however, Yes drummer Alan White encouraged Rabin to let Yes record the song instead.

"Love Will Find a Way" was the fifth of six Yes singles to crack the U.S. Top 40;[1] it has been featured on several of Yes' later compilations, including the box sets Yesyears and In a Word: Yes (1969–). A video for the song is also included on Yes' Greatest Video Hits.

Live performances[edit]

The song was played at every concert during the 1987-88 tour supporting Big Generator. During the first half of the tour it was played as the first encore, and during the second half of the tour it was played early in the set list after Shoot High, Aim Low was dropped. After this tour the song would not be played again live until the summer 1994 tour for Talk, where it was on the set list for approximately 8 shows. The song has not been played since.

Alternative versions[edit]

In 2003, Trevor Rabin released a pair of albums, each of which featured a different version of "Love Will Find a Way": Live in LA features a 1989 live performance of the song, and 90124 features an early demo of the song in which Rabin sings all the vocals and plays all of the instruments.[3]


  1. ^ a b c Whitburn, Joel (2004). The Billboard Book of Top 40 Hits (8th Edition). Billboard Books. p. 693. ISBN 0-8230-7499-4.
  2. ^ Morse, Tim (May 15, 1996). Yesstories: Yes In Their Own Words. St. Martin's Griffin. p. 84. ISBN 0-312-14453-9.
  3. ^ 90124 (Media notes). Trevor Rabin. 2003.CS1 maint: others (link)

External links[edit]

Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics