Wrap Your Love All Around Your Man

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"Wrap Your Love All Around Your Man"
Single by Lynn Anderson
from the album 'Wrap Your Love All Around Your Man'
B-side "I Couldn't Be Lonely (Even If I Wanted To)"
Released 1977
Format 45 rpm
Recorded 1976
Genre Country pop
Length 02:37
Label Columbia
Writer(s) John Cunningham
Producer(s) Glenn Sutton
Lynn Anderson singles chronology
"Sweet Talkin' Man"
(1976)
"Wrap Your Love All Around Your Man"
(1977)
"I Love What Love's Doin' to Me"
(1977)

"Wrap Your Love All Around Your Man" is a 1977 hit song by country singer Lynn Anderson.

Best known for her Grammy Award-winning country and pop smash, "Rose Garden", from 1970, Lynn Anderson was one of country music's leading ladies throughout the 1970s. "Wrap Your Love All Around Your Man" was released and became a major hit on the country charts, peaking at number twelve, her first entry there since 1975.

The song's success was helped by exposure on an episode of the TV-series Starsky & Hutch that year, in which Anderson also guest starred as Sue Ann Granger. The song was very up-tempo and had an almost Disco beat. This was becoming fairly common at the time, being country music had shifted towards more pop oriented songs; a movement in which Anderson was a key component for much of the decade. An album by the same name as the single was released mid-year of 1977.

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (1977) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles 12
Canadian RPM Country Tracks 6