BILLBOARD #1 HITS: #414: “TORN BETWEEN TWO LOVERS”- MARY MACGREGOR – FEBRUARY 5, 1977

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Billboard #1 Hits: #414: “Torn Between Two Lovers”- Mary MacGregor. February 5, 1977. #1 for 2 weeks in Billboard Hot 100.

  • Single: “Torn Between Two Lovers”- Mary MacGregor
  • Record Company- Ariola
  • Genre: Pop
  • Written by -Peter Yarrow and Phillip Jarrell
  • Time: 3:40
  • B-side:”I Just Want To Love You”
  • Album-Torn Between Two Lovers
  • Grade: D-
  • Peaked at #1 2 weeks in Billboard Hot 100. #4 in UK Singles Chart, #1 in Canada.

Mary MacGregor was pretty close to a one hit wonder- she had one hit which barely hit the Top 40- “Good Friend” #39 in 1979. This song brings back bad memories- of the winter of 1977- getting up for school turning the radio on for a half hour or so before leaving and it was guaranteed for a couple months that every morning you’d hear two songs “I Like Dreamin'” by Kenny Nolan and “Torn Between Two Lovers”- bad awfulness. Even Mary MacGregor would say she hated this song. It was co-written by Peter Yarrow of Peter, Paul and Mary.

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