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The Romancers - Dont Let Her Go (Vinyl)

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  6. "Don't Let Love Go" is a song recorded by New Zealand singer-songwriters, Sharon O'Neill and Jon Stevens. The song was produced by Jay Lewis. It was released in New Zealand as a single in February and peaked at number 5 in New Zealand in March The song was included on Stevens' debut solo album, Jezebel (). Track listing Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM.
  7. "Don't Let Go" is a song written by Jesse Stone. The song was first a hit for Roy Hamilton in The Roy Hamilton version reached #2 on the R&B charts and #13 on the pop charts.. Cover versions. In Jim Dale covered the song on the B-side of 'Sugartime' (Parlophone R ); In Frank Deaton and the Mad-Lads covered the song as a single.
  8. "Let Her Go" was released in July as the second single from Passenger's third album All the Little duzilkreeoghmaronagamatius.xyzinfo song became a hit first in the Netherlands after Dave, a Dutch fan, e-mailed Passenger expressing his wish to introduce the song to some Dutch radio stations, claiming it could be a hit there. This resulted in the song trending on Dutch stations and finding enormous commercial.

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