Song title 181 - Real Love

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Real Love Region Profile

This page lists the chart runs for songs called "Real Love" 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 Jody Watley Real Love 1989 Japan (Tokyo) 1 - Mar 1989 (17 weeks), US Billboard 2 - Mar 1989 (18 weeks), US Gold (certified by RIAA in Aug 1989), US CashBox 13 of 1989, Sweden 16 - May 1989 (3 weeks), Holland 19 - Apr 1989 (6 weeks), Switzerland 21 - May 1989 (6 weeks), Germany 23 - Jun 1989 (1 month), Belgium 26 - Apr 1989 (3 weeks), UK 31 - Apr 1989 (7 weeks), US Radio 34 of 1989 (peak 3 9 weeks), Poland 36 - Jun 1989 (2 weeks), US BB 46 of 1989
2 The Beatles Real Love 1996 Japan (Tokyo) 2 - Feb 1996 (11 weeks), UK 4 - Mar 1996 (7 weeks), US Gold (certified by RIAA in Jul 1996), Norway 5 - Mar 1996 (2 weeks), US Billboard 11 - Mar 1996 (7 weeks), Poland 19 - Mar 1996 (10 weeks), Holland 20 - Mar 1996 (3 weeks), Sweden 20 - Mar 1996 (2 weeks), Switzerland 26 - Mar 1996 (4 weeks), Italy 78 of 1996, RYM 13 of 1996
3 Mary J Blige Real Love 1992 US Gold (certified by RIAA in Nov 1992), US Billboard 7 - Aug 1992 (31 weeks), ARC 17 of 1992 (peak 3 19 weeks), Japan (Tokyo) 25 - Nov 1992 (11 weeks), UK 26 - Nov 1992 (6 weeks), US Radio 52 of 1992 (peak 5 9 weeks), US BB 58 of 1993, nuTsie 66 of 1990s, Scrobulate 78 of r & b, Japan (Osaku) 98 of 1992 (peak 24 14 weeks), RYM 165 of 1992, Guardian Hip-Hop/ RnB 39
4 The Doobie Brothers Real Love 1980 Canada 3 - Sep 1980 (11 weeks), US Billboard 5 - Sep 1980 (16 weeks), Record World 9 - 1980, France 9 - Nov 1980 (1 week), US Radio 51 of 1980 (peak 5 8 weeks), US CashBox 54 of 1980, WABC NY 67 of 1980
5 Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band Real Love 1991 Canada RPM 1 for 2 weeks - Oct 1991, US Billboard 24 - Aug 1991 (11 weeks), Switzerland 27 - Jan 1992 (2 weeks)
6 El DeBarge Real Love 1989 Japan (Tokyo) 24 - Feb 1989 (6 weeks), Belgium 28 - Apr 1989 (1 week), Holland 29 - Mar 1989 (5 weeks), UK 97 - May 1989 (2 weeks)
7 Mark Medlock Real Love 2010 Germany 2000s 2 - Apr 2010 (5 weeks)
8 Driza Bone Real Love 1991 UK 16 - Jun 1991 (12 weeks), Japan (Tokyo) 26 - Dec 1994 (5 weeks)
9 Skyy Real Love 1990 US Billboard 47 - Jan 1990 (12 weeks), Japan (Tokyo) 51 - May 1990 (3 weeks)
10 Speech Real Love 1998 Japan (Tokyo) 8 - Mar 1998 (13 weeks)
11 Toby Lightman Real Love 2004 Japan (Tokyo) 54 - Oct 2004 (3 weeks)
12 Lee Ryan Real Love 2006 France 10 - May 2006 (1 week), Switzerland 74 - May 2006 (2 weeks)
13 Kenny Rogers & Dolly Parton Real Love 1985 US Billboard 91 - Jun 1985 (3 weeks)
14 Slaughter Real Love 1992 US Billboard 69 - Aug 1992 (8 weeks)
15 Ruby Murray Real Love 1958 UK 18 - Dec 1958 (6 weeks)
16 Time Frequency Real Love 1992 UK 60 - Jun 1992 (1 week)
17 Dare Real Love 1991 UK 67 - Oct 1991 (1 week)
18 The Cretones Real Love 1980 US Billboard 79 - May 1980 (6 weeks)

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13 Oct 2015

Double Listing - Beatles - Real Love

Based on time frame of March, 1996 wouldn't #3 & #19 (John Lennon) be the same?

That does seem more likely, data fixed, thanks


12 Jul 2009

I believe song "Rhythm of the Night" was credited by Debarge in most countries. It was a the name of family band. El Debarge (the lead singer) became a solo act shortly after.

You are correct, the confusion between El DeBarge (the solo artist) and DeBarge (the family group) has now been fixed in the source data.

The original issue came from an automatic script that identified group names like "Beatles" and "The Beatles" and proposed a merger between them (it assumed that "El DeBarge" and "DeBarge" were two variants names of the same group). Unfortunately this was accepted by the checker (who was reviewing hundreds of such entries).

Thanks for the correction.


12 Jul 2009

I believe the song "Rhythm of the Night" was credited by Debarge in most countries. It was a the name of family band. El Debarge (the lead singer) became a solo act shortly after.

You are correct, the confusion between El DeBarge (the solo artist) and DeBarge (the family group) has now been fixed in the source data.

The original issue came from an automatic script that identified group names like "Beatles" and "The Beatles" and proposed a merger between them (it assumed that "El DeBarge" and "DeBarge" were two variants names of the same group). Unfortunately this was accepted by the checker (who was reviewing hundreds of such entries).

Thanks for the correction.