A Woman Lives For Love
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A Woman Lives For Love
"A Woman Lives for Love"
Single by Wanda Jackson
from the album A Woman Lives for Love
"What Have We Done"
ReleasedMarch 1970
Format7" single
RecordedDecember 11, 1969
Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.[1]
GenreCountry
LabelCapitol
George Richey, Glenn Sutton, Norro Wilson
George Richey
Wanda Jackson singles chronology
"Two Separate Bar Stools"
(1969)
"A Woman Lives for Love"
(1970)
"Who Shot John"
(1970)

"A Woman Lives for Love" is a song written by George Richey, Glenn Sutton, and Norro Wilson. It was recorded and released as a single by American country, rock, and Christian artist, Wanda Jackson.

The song was recorded at the Columbia Recording Studio on December 11, 1969, in Nashville, Tennessee, United States.[1] "A Woman Lives for Love" was officially released as a single in March 1970, peaking at number seventeen on the Billboard Magazine Hot Country Singles chart. The song was issued on Jackson's 1970 studio album of the same name.[2]

The song earned Jackson a Grammy award nomination for Best Female Country Vocal Performance in 1971. Jackson lost the award to Lynn Anderson for her monster hit ""Rose Garden." Ironically, "A Woman Lives for Love" may be best known by its cover version recorded by Anderson (who husband at the time was married to co-writer Sutton) which appeared on three albums in the early 1970s "Stay There Til I Get There", The World of Lynn Anderson, and the budget album also titled "A Woman Lives For Love".

Chart performance

Chart (1970) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles 17

References

  1. ^ a b "Wanda Jackson discography, part one". Praguefrank's Country Discographies. Retrieved 2013.
  2. ^ Whitburn, Joel (2011). Top Pop Singles 1955-2010. Record Research, Inc. ISBN 0-89820-188-8.



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