|Single by PJ & Duncan|
|from the album Psyche|
|Released||November 21, 1994|
|Songwriter(s)||Nick Graham, Denise P Lewis, Michael O. McCollin|
|PJ & Duncan singles chronology|
Eternal Love is the fifth single by PJ & Duncan, taken from their debut album Psyche (1994). It reached number 12 on the UK Singles Chart and spent eight weeks in the top 40.
CD single (CDANT3)
|1.||"Eternal Love (100% Pure Love Remix)"|
|2.||"So Many Questions"|
|3.||"Exclusive: The PJ & Duncan Show - Part 5 ("Psyche" With Backing Track "So Many Questions")"|
|4.||"Eternal Love (Instrumental)"|
CD single (CDDEC3)
|1.||"Eternal Love (100% Pure Love Remix)"|
|2.||"Eternal Love (Slow Groove Dance Mix)"|
|3.||"Let's Get Ready To Rhumble (Symon I Remix)"|
|4.||"Exclusive: The PJ & Duncan Show - Part 5 ("Psyche" With Backing Track "So Many Questions")"|
|UK Singles (Official Charts Company)||12|
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