Runaway Love (Linda Clifford song)  

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"Runaway Love" is a 1978 disco single by performed by Linda Clifford. The single was from Clifford's album, If My Friends Could See Me Now, and along with the tracks "If My Friends Could See Me Now" and "Gypsy Lady" reached number one on the US dance chart for five weeks. The single also peaked at No. 76 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 3 on the R&B chart.

It was released as a 9:44 twelve inch on Curtom Records, written produced and arranged by Gil Askey, mixed by Jim Burgess. The lyrics (in the twelve inch version, not on the album version) dealt with female liberation.

"Runaway Love" was written and produced by Gil Askey.

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