Arden Lambert


July 31, 2019


July 31, 2019


July 31, 2019

Air Supply was formed in 1975. Graham Russell and Russell Hitchcock met during their performance in a stage musical titled Jesus Christ Superstar. In 1978, they began touring in Australia with Rod Stewart. Moreover, Graham, Hitchcock, and Stewart were invited to tour in North America, which enable them to break into the American market.

Air Supply had eleven Top 40 US hits, and five of those has the word “Love” on its title. Like their biggest hit from the 80s “All Out of Love,” and “Lost in Love.” They were very popular most especially in Southeast Asia which their songs are their karaoke favorites.

Air Supply’s Song “All Out of Love”

Air Supply, All Out of Love
Via Air Supply’s Official Facebook Page

One of the biggest hits of Air Supply is “All Out of Love.” The song was written by Graham Russell, and Clive Davis. Air Supply recorded the song and was released on February 1980 as a single from their album, Lost in Love.

Upon the release of the song “All Out of Love,” ranked number two on the Hot 100 chart, and ranked number 5 on the Adult Contemporary chart. The song became popular in the different countries in the world most especially in the UK where it became their top 11 most played songs of all time.

About the Song

Air Supply, All Out of Love

I’m all out of love, I’m so lost without you
I know you were right believing for so long
I’m all out of love, what am I without you
I can’t be too late to say that I was so wrong

Relationships work when there is a strong feeling of affection attached. What would it be if the love is gone? Thus, the narrator of the song shows his love for his partner that if the love is gone, he will be lost without the object of affection.

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