Time (Marion song)

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Single by Marion
from the album This World and Body
B-side "Chance"
Released22 January 1996
Label London Records
Songwriter(s) Jaime Harding, Anthony Grantham, Phil Cunningham
Producer(s) Al Clay
Marion singles chronology
"Let's All Go Together"
"Miyako Hideaway"

Time is a single by Marion released early 1996. It reached number 29 on the UK Singles Chart.

Track listing

All songs written by Harding/Grantham/Cunningham, words by Harding

7" vinyl and CC
  1. "Time"
  2. "Chance"
  1. "Time"
  2. "Chance"
  3. "Let's All Go Together (slide mix)"


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