Song title 10 - I Will Always Love You

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I Will Always Love You Region Profile

This page lists the chart runs for songs called "I Will Always Love You" in order of success. This list combines cover versions and distinct songs that happen to share the same title.

# Artist Song Title Year Chart Entries
1 Whitney Houston I Will Always Love You 1992 UK 1 - Nov 1992 (29 weeks), US Billboard 1 - Nov 1992 (26 weeks), US BB 1 of 1993, ARC 1 of 1993 (peak 1 21 weeks), Japan (Tokyo) 1 - Nov 1992 (18 weeks), Holland 1 - Nov 1992 (19 weeks), Sweden 1 - Nov 1992 (12 weeks), Brazil 1 of 1993, Switzerland 1 - Dec 1992 (30 weeks), Norway 1 - Dec 1992 (16 weeks), Poland 1 - Nov 1992 (22 weeks), Belgium 1 - Nov 1992 (21 weeks), Italy 1 for 2 weeks - Dec 1992, Germany 1 - Jan 1993 (5 months), Eire 1 for 8 weeks - Dec 1992, Canada RPM 1 for 8 weeks - Dec 1992, New Zealand 1 for 11 weeks - Dec 1992, Australia 1 for 2 weeks - Dec 1992, Europe 1 for 13 weeks - Dec 1992, Germany 1 for 6 weeks - Jan 1993, Spain 1 for 2 weeks - Jan 1993, Grammy in 1993, Top Song of 1993 of the Billboard 50th list, US 4 X Platinum (certified by RIAA in Jan 1993), UK 2 x Platinum (certified by BPI in Jan 1993), US Radio 2 of 1992 (peak 1 11 weeks), Austria 2 - Dec 1992 (4 weeks), Australia 2 of 1993, Germany Platinum (certified by BMieV in 1993), Japan (Osaku) 4 of 1993 (peak 1 23 weeks), US CashBox 5 of 1993, Japan 5 of all time (international songs) (sales 0.75), Switzerland 7 of 1993, Italy 7 of 1992, UK sales 10 of the 1990s (1,350 k in 1992), POP 10 of 1992, DMDB 11 (1992), Europe 19 of the 1990s (1992), TOTP 19, UKMIX 27, 55th Billboard 100 49 (1992), Billboard100 51, AFI 65, Germany 67 of the 1990s (peak 1 17 weeks), Billboard 50th song 68, Scrobulate 90 of ballad, RIAA 108, Acclaimed 802 (1992), RYM 172 of 1992, NY Daily Love list 33, Global 7 (10 M sold) - 1992, Party 280 of 1999
2 Taylor Dayne I Will Always Love You 1988 US Billboard 3 - Jun 1988 (30 weeks), US Gold (certified by RIAA in Feb 1989), POP 5 of 1988, ARC 14 of 1988 (peak 2 14 weeks), Belgium 16 - Jul 1988 (2 weeks), US BB 20 of 1988, Japan (Tokyo) 25 - Nov 1988 (4 weeks), Switzerland 30 - Jul 1988 (2 weeks), US CashBox 33 of 1988, UK 41 - Jun 1988 (8 weeks), US Radio 43 of 1988 (peak 3 10 weeks), Brazil 95 of 1989
3 Dolly Parton I Will Always Love You 1982 Grammy Hall of Fame in 2007 (1974), Holland 2 - Feb 1983 (11 weeks), Belgium 4 - Mar 1983 (8 weeks), Scrobulate 23 of country, US Billboard 53 - Jul 1982 (14 weeks), POP 71 of 1982, DDD 74 of 1974, WXPN 650, Acclaimed 1411 (1974), RYM 162 of 1982, NY Daily Love list 33
4 Dean Martin I Will Always Love You 1950 US Billboard 11 - Sep 1950 (16 weeks), US 1940s 11 - Sep 1950 (12 weeks), US CashBox 14 - Aug 1950 (25 weeks), RYM 59 of 1950
5 The Detroit Spinners I Will Always Love You 1965 Keener 12 - Jun 1965 (4 weeks), Record World 30 - 1965, US Billboard 35 - Jul 1965 (7 weeks)
6 Sarah Washington I Will Always Love You 1993 UK 12 - Aug 1993 (7 weeks), Sweden 18 - Oct 1993 (1 week)
7 Take 6 I Will Always Love You 1994 Japan (Tokyo) 8 - Nov 1994 (13 weeks)
8 Pam Hall I Will Always Love You 1993 Japan (Tokyo) 29 - Nov 1993 (7 weeks)
9 Martha Tilton I Will Always Love You 1950 US Billboard 23 - Oct 1950 (1 week)
10 Rik Waller I Will Always Love You 2002 UK 6 - Mar 2002 (8 weeks)
11 Chris Walker I Will Always Love You 1994 Japan (Tokyo) 93 - Mar 1994 (2 weeks)
12 Tears & Joy I Will Always Love You 1993 Holland 4 - Feb 1993 (9 weeks), Belgium 11 - Mar 1993 (5 weeks)
13 Rosemary June I Will Always Love You 1958 Canada 48 - May 1958 (1 week)
14 Glee Cast I Will Always Love You 2012 US Billboard 87 - Mar 2012 (1 week)
15 Brenda Holloway I Will Always Love You 1964 US Billboard 60 - Aug 1964 (5 weeks)
16 The Cardinals I Will Always Love You 1951 RYM 127 of 1951

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3 Apr 2013

Dean Martin and Whitney Houston

They did NOT sing the same song "I will always love you".

The two songs sung by them simply have the same title but they are two different songs.

Yes, note the wording at the top of the page "This list combines cover versions and distinct songs that happen to share the same title" (and also see "The Power of Love")