Love Me Two Times

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"Love Me Two Times" is a song by the American rock band the Doors. First appearing on their second studio album Strange Days, it was later edited to a 2:37 length and released as the second single (after "People Are Strange") from that album. The single reached number 25 on the charts in the United States.[1]

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"Love Me Two Times"
Single by the Doors
from the album Strange Days
B-side"Moonlight Drive"
ReleasedNovember 1967 (1967-11)
RecordedApril 1967
  • 3:16 (album version)
  • 2:37 (single version)
Songwriter(s)The Doors
Producer(s)Paul A. Rothchild
The Doors singles chronology
"People Are Strange"
"Love Me Two Times"
"The Unknown Soldier"

"Love Me Two Times" was considered to be somewhat risqué for radio airplay, being banned in New Haven for being "too controversial," much to the dismay of the band.[2]