Broken Hearted Me

Album: I'll Always Love You (1979)
Charted: 12
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Songfacts®:

  • Anne Murray crossed over again with this sad song, in which the end of a love has so hurt her, she doesn't think that she'll ever recover. It was one of her biggest hits, topping the Adult Contemporary and Country charts and reaching #12 on the Billboard Hot 100. >>
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    Mike - Santa Barbara, CA
  • This was written by Randy Goodrum, who composed Murray's massive hit "You Needed Me" and also wrote "Oh Sherrie" with Steve Perry. Find out more in our interview with Randy Goodrum.

Comments: 2

  • Walking The Earth Alone from Lost My mom used to love Anne Murray. Played it all the time on the big console record player. Im separated for 2 months so far from my Husband and my heart is in a million pieces. This song is my life right now.
  • Bill from Kota Kinabalu, MalaysiaAlso covered by England Dan and John Ford Coley, and among others, notably Neil Sedaka.
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