|"Tie Up My Hands"|
|Single by British India|
|from the album Guillotine|
|Released||30 June 2007|
|Recorded||Flashpoint Studios, 2006|
|Songwriter(s)||Declan Melia, Nic Wilson, Will Drummond, Matt O'Gorman|
|Producer(s)||Harry Vanda, Glenn Goldsmith|
|British India singles chronology|
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All tracks written by British India.
|1.||"Tie Up My Hands"||3:37|
|Australia||30 June 2007||Shock, Flashpoint||Digital download||-|
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