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|Single by Ant & Dec|
|from the album The Cult of Ant & Dec|
|Released||May 15, 1997|
|Songwriter(s)||Anthony McPartlin, Declan Donnelly, Steve Mac, Wayne Hector|
|Ant & Dec singles chronology|
"Falling" is the fourteenth single by Ant & Dec and the last to be taken from their final album, The Cult of Ant & Dec . It was released in 1997 and served as their final single until 2002's "We're on the Ball". "Falling" reached number 14 in the UK charts on its initial release.
|UK Singles (Official Charts Company)||14|
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