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|"Together We Belong"|
|Single by Kim Wilde|
|from the album Never Say Never|
|B-side||"Tu me vas si bien / Because You Came (You Came 2006 French version)"|
|Released||30 March 2007|
3:46 (Radio Edit)
|Songwriter(s)||Uwe Fahrenkrog-Petersen, Ricky Wilde, Kim Wilde|
|Producer(s)||Uwe Fahrenkrog-Petersen, Derek von Krogh|
|Kim Wilde singles chronology|
"Together We Belong" is the third single from the Kim Wilde album Never Say Never , released in 2006. The album contained new songs (including this one) as well as re-recorded versions of some of Wilde's 1980s hits.
Released in Germany, the single contained the "Radio Edit" and the "Album Version" of the song, as well as a French version of You Came 2006. It also contained I Fly from the album Never Say Never .
1. Together We Belong (Radio Edit)
2. Together We Belong (Album version)
3. Tu me vas si bien / Because You Came (You Came 2006 French version)
4. I Fly
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