|"Take My Body Close"|
|Single by Velvet|
|A-side||"Take My Body Close"|
|Songwriter(s)||Mathias Kallenberger, Anders Berlin|
Take My Body Close is a song written by Mathias Kallenberger and Anders Berlin, and recorded by Velvet and released as a single in 2008, and also appearing on her 2009 album The Queen .The single peaked at eight position at the Swedish singles chart.
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