There's No Way
|"There's No Way"|
|Single by Alabama|
|from the album 40-Hour Week|
|Released||January 20, 1985|
|Genre||Country, soft rock|
|Writer(s)||John Jarrard, Lisa Palas and Will Robinson|
|Producer(s)||Harold Shedd and Alabama|
|Alabama singles chronology|
"There's No Way" is a song written by John Jarrard, Lisa Palas and Will Robinson, and recorded by American country music band Alabama. It was released in January 1985 as the first single from the band's album 40-Hour Week.
The song is a love ballad, and an example of the pop-styled aspect of Alabama's core musical style.
The music video was directed by David Hogan and premiered in early 1985.
A record tied
When "There's No Way" reached No. 1 on the Billboard magazine Hot Country Singles chart in May 1985, it became Alabama's 16th straight No. 1 single in as many single releases (excepting for the 1982 Christmas single "Christmas in Dixie"). The feat allowed Alabama to tie Sonny James' 14-year-old record for most No. 1 songs in as many consecutive single releases.
|US Hot Country Songs (Billboard)||1|
|Canadian RPM Country Tracks||2|
- Morris, Edward, "Alabama," Contemporary Books Inc., Chicago, 1985 (ISBN 0809253062)
- Roland, Tom, "The Billboard Book of Number One Country Hits" (Billboard Books, Watson-Guptill Publications, New York, 1991 (ISBN 0-82-307553-2))
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