Love triangle songs

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NotmebutHim

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This is my first thread on the new site! And what's it about?

Songs which refer to a love triangle in some way! Most of them will probably be country songs......

"Daytime Friends" - Kenny Rogers
"When You Need My Love" - Darryl Worley
"Sad Eyes" - Robert John
"Stay" - Sugarland
"Tryin' to Love Two Women" - Oak Ridge Boys
"One for the Money" - T. G. Sheppard
"Weekend in New England" - Barry Manilow
"Whoever's in New England" - Reba McEntire
"Cinderalla" - Vince Gill
"One Love at a Time" - Tanya Tucker
"Your Love" - The Outfield
"Holding Her and Loving You" - Earl Thomas Conley
"Run to You" - Bryan Adams
"On the Other Hand" - Randy Travis
"Alibis" - Sergio Mendes
"Dirty Work" - Steely Dan
"One of a Kind Pair of Fools" - Barbara Mandrell
"Does He Love You (Like He Loves Me)?" - Reba McEntire/Linda Davis
"Make No Mistake, She's Mine" - Ronnie Milsap/Kenny Rogers
"Angel In Your Arms" - Barbara Mandrell
"Heartache" - Jamey Johnson
"Nobody" - Sylvia
"Two-Timin' Me" - Remingtons
"Misunderstanding" - Genesis
"Some Fools Never Learn" - Steve Wariner
"That Ain't My Truck" - Rhett Akins
 

hornetguy

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"Torn Between Two Lovers" Mary MacGregor

"My Girl Bill" Jim Stafford