Think Twice

Album: The Colour Of My Love (1994)
Charted: 1 95


  • This was written by Andy Hill and Pete Sinfield, who also wrote together for Bucks Fizz including their three UK chart toppers: "Making Your Mind Up," "The Land Of Make Believe" and "My Camera Never Lies." It was produced by Chris Neil, best known for his role in the TV documentary The Big Time, which established Sheena Easton.
  • This became the first single to top the UK charts on CD sales alone. It took four months to reach #1, and was also #1 all over Europe, including Ireland for 9 weeks. It topped the charts in Belgium, The Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and Denmark. It won the Ivor Novello award for Best Song of the Year. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Edward Pearce - Ashford, Kent, England, for above 2

Comments: 3

  • Daisy from Columbia,londonThis song is fantanstic, i am go to play it again
  • Claire from Leeds, United Kingdomthis song is amazin
    best song ever
  • Daisy from Cairns, Australiai love this song it rocks
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