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It was introduced to Ronstadt and Neville by Steve Tyrell.

The song also hit #1 in Canada, Ireland, Australia, and several other countries. The song proved to be Ronstadt’s final Billboard Top Ten hit. “Don’t Know Much” won Linda & Aaron the 1990 Grammy Award for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal and was nominated for Song of the Year. Aaron Neville – Don’t Know Much –” (in German). Look at these eyes They've never seen what mattered Look at these dreams So beaten and so battered Repeat Chorus So many questions still left unanswered So much I've never broken through But when I feel you near me Sometimes I see so clearly The only truth I've ever known is me and you Look at this man So blessed with inspiration But look at this soul Still searching for salvation Repeat Chorus I don't know much But I know, I love you And that may be All there is to know Don’t Know Much From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia “Don’t Know Much” Single by Linda Ronstadt feat. Aaron Neville from the album Cry Like a Rainstorm, Howl Like the Wind Released September 12, 1989 Recorded March–August, 1989, Skywalker Ranch, Marin County Length Label Elektra Writer(s) Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil & Tom Snow Producer(s) Peter Asher & Steve Tyrell Certification Gold Linda Ronstadt feat.

Aaron Neville singles chronology “When I Fall in Love” (1985) “Don’t Know Much” (1989) “All My Life” (1989) “Don’t Know Much” is a classic song written by Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil and Tom Snow and made famous when performed as a duet by Linda Ronstadt and Aaron Neville on Ronstadt’s Triple Platinum 1989 album Cry Like a Rainstorm, Howl Like the Wind.

The title is a phrase from its refrain, I don’t know much, but I know I love you, and that may be all I need to know.

Contents 1 History 2 Music video 3 Charts 4 Personnel 5 References 6 External links History The song had a rich history prior to its success in 1989.

It first appeared on Mann’s self-titled 1980 album, released on Casablanca records.

Bill Medley and Bette Midler (under the title “All I Need to Know”) then had minor chart success with it in 19, respectively.

In 1985, Audrey Landers recorded the song as “All I Need to Know” for her second album for the German market, Paradise Generation, by Glenn Jones on his 1987 self-titled album for Jive Records, and gospel singer Cynthia Clawson also has a version under this title on her 1990 album Words Will Never Do.