Two Hearts (Cliff Richard song)

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"Two Hearts"
Two Hearts (Cliff Richard single).jpg
Single by Cliff Richard
from the album Always Guaranteed
B-side"Yesterday, Today, Forever"
Released1 February 1988 (1988-02-01)[1]
Format7" single, 12" single, CD Single
RecordedSeptember 1986
StudioR.G. Jones Recording Studios, Wimbledon
GenrePop rock
Songwriter(s)Alan Tarney
Producer(s)Alan Tarney
Cliff Richard singles chronology
"Remember Me"
"Two Hearts"
"Mistletoe and Wine"
Music video
"Two Hearts" on YouTube

"Two Hearts" is a song recorded by English singer Cliff Richard and released as the fourth single from his Always Guaranteed album in February 1988. The song reached number 34 in the UK Singles Chart[2] and number 21 in Ireland.

The song was written by Alan Tarney who had previously written some of Richard's most successful tracks since his 1976 renaissance, including "We Don't Talk Anymore", "Dreamin'", "A Little in Love" and "Wired for Sound".

A live version of the song was released on the re-release of Richard's From a Distance: The Event album in 2005.

Track listing[edit]

UK 7" Single (EM 42)

  1. "Two Hearts"
  2. "Yesterday, Today, Forever"

UK 12" Single (12EM 42)

  1. "Two Hearts" (Extended Version)
  2. "Yesterday, Today, Forever"
  3. "Wild Geese"

UK CD Single (CDEM 42)[3]

  1. "Two Hearts"
  2. "Yesterday, Today, Forever"
  3. "Two Hearts" (Extended Version)
  4. "Wild Geese"

Chart performance[edit]

Weekly Chart (1988) Peak
Ireland (IRMA)[4] 21
UK Singles (Official Charts Company)[2] 34


  1. ^ "The Cliff Richard Song Databasewebsite: Discography - Singles". Retrieved 2018-07-12.
  2. ^ a b "Cliff Richard: Artist Chart History". Official Charts Company.
  3. ^ Cliff Richard (1988). Two Hearts (CD Single). UK: EMI.
  4. ^ "Ireland singles charts". Retrieved 12 July 2018.

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