The Family of Man (Three Dog Night song)

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"The Family of Man"
Single by Three Dog Night
from the album Harmony
B-side"Going in Circles"
ReleasedMarch 1972
GenreRock
Length3:28
LabelDunhill 4306
Songwriter(s)Paul Williams, Jack Conrad
Producer(s)Richard Podolor
Three Dog Night singles chronology
"Never Been to Spain"
(1971)
"The Family of Man"
(1972)
"Black and White"
(1972)
"Never Been to Spain"
(1971)
"The Family of Man"
(1972)
"Black and White"
(1972)

"The Family of Man" is a song written by Paul Williams and Jack Conrad and most famously performed by Three Dog Night. It was featured on their 1971 album, Harmony.[1] The song was produced by Richard Podolor.[2]

In the US, "The Family of Man" reached #12 on the Billboard chart, and #27 on the U.S. adult contemporary chart.[3] Outside of the US, "The Family of Man" peaked at #5 in Canada,[4]

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