|Single by Lemar|
|from the album The Truth About Love|
|Released||19 March 2007|
|Format||CD single, digital download|
|Songwriter(s)||Lemar Obika, Harold Lily, Hart Dementi, Gerard Thomas|
|Lemar singles chronology|
"Tick Tock" is the third single taken from British R&B singer Lemar's third studio album The Truth About Love . The single was confirmed for release by music retailer HMV UKand was released on 19 March 2007.
"Tick Tock" was Lemar's first release since "Got Me Saying Ooh" to only be released on one CD and, subsequently, became his first single to fail to make the top forty since the aforementioned "Got Me Saying Ooh", peaking at number forty-five in the UK singles chart. The single version was the Kardinal Beats remix of the song, not the original album version.
A sample of Color Me Badd's "I Wanna Sex You Up" is used in the Kardinal Beats remix.
|UK Singles (Official Charts Company)||45|
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