If I Give You My Number

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"If I Give You My Number"
Single by PJ & Duncan AKA
from the album Psyche
Released26 September 1994
Recorded1994
Genre Pop, pop-rap
Label XS Rhythm Records
Songwriter(s) Nicky Graham, Denise P Lewis, Michael O. McCollin
Producer(s) Nicky Graham
PJ & Duncan AKA singles chronology
"Let's Get Ready to Rhumble"
(1994)
"If I Give You My Number"
(1994)
"Eternal Love"
(1994)

"If I Give You My Number" is the fourth single by PJ & Duncan, [1] taken from Psyche their debut album.

Contents

Track listing

CDANT2

No.TitleLength
1."If I Give You My Number (100% Radio Mix)" 
2."If I Give You My Number (Cool Groovin' Mix)" 
3."The PJ & Duncan Show - Part 3! "Tea for Two"" 
4."Style With A Smile" 

CDDEC2

No.TitleLength
1."If I Give You My Number (100% Radio Mix)" 
2."If I Give You My Number (Cool Groovin' Mix)" 
3."The PJ & Duncan Show - Part 4! "Short, Back & Sides"" 
4."Style With A Smile" 

Chart performance

Chart (1994)Peak
position
UK Singles Chart (Official Charts Company) [2] 15

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References

  1. "PJ & Duncan AKA - "If I Give You My Number"". YouTube. Retrieved 7 July 2013.
  2. Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 15. ISBN   1-904994-10-5.