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No Tell Lover

"No Tell Lover"
Single by Chicago
from the album Hot Streets
B-side "Take a Chance"
Released December 1978
Format 7"
Genre Jazz fusion, blue eyed soul, Pop rock
Length 3:48 (single version)
Label Columbia
Writer(s) Peter Cetera, Lee Loughnane, Danny Seraphine
Producer(s) Phil Ramone & Chicago
Chicago singles chronology
"Alive Again"
(1978)
"No Tell Lover"
(1978)
"Gone Long Gone"
(1979)

"No Tell Lover" is a song written by Peter Cetera, Lee Loughnane, and Danny Seraphine for the group Chicago and recorded for their album Hot Streets (1978), with Cetera and Donnie Dacus singing lead vocals. The second single released from that album, it reached #14 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart and #5 on the adult contemporary chart.[1]

After "No Tell Lover", Chicago failed to chart a single in the U.S. top fifty for nearly four years, finally breaking their slump with the 1982 number-one hit "Hard to Say I'm Sorry".

References

  1. ^ "Chicago Awards".  

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