“It Hurts To Be In Love” is a song written by Howard Greenfield and Helen Miller which was a Top Ten hit in 1964 for Gene Pitney. The song was one in a long line of successful “Brill Building Sound” hits created by composers and arrangers working in New York City’s Brill Building at 1619 Broadway.
In 1981, American singer-songwriter and musician Dan Hartman released a version of the song on his fourth studio album It Hurts to Be in Love. The song was the second single from the album and reached No. 78 on the US Billboard Hot 100. It also reached No. 48 on the Billboard Disco Top 100 chart.
It Hurts To Be In Love is the fourth studio album from American singer and songwriter Dan Hartman, released by Blue Sky in 1981. It was produced by Hartman and mixed by Neil Dorfsman After the success of Hartman’s two disco-oriented albums Instant Replay (1978) and Relight My Fire (1979), Hartman changed musical direction with […]