|Single by Destine|
|from the album Illuminate|
|Released||September 30, 2011|
|Songwriter(s)||Anders Bagge, Johan Kronlund, Robin Van Leonen|
|Producer(s)||James Paul Wisner|
|Destine singles chronology|
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|1.||"Thousand Miles"||Anders Bagge, Johan Kronlund, Robin Van Leonen||3:37|
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