Don't Let Go

Album: David Archuleta (2008)


  • Archuleta penned this plea to hold on with former 'N Sync-er JC Chasez. This was one of two songs on Archuleta's self-titled debut album that he has writing credits for, the other one being "A Little Too Not Over You." The Utah singer told MTV News that recording a song he had a hand in crafting wasn't any more difficult than singing someone else's song, but it did allow him to have a better understanding of what he was singing about. He explained that this song, "was a lot of fun to record 'cause I really understood the song."

Comments: 4

  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyA completely different song title "Don't Let Go" charted three times, by Roy Hamilton, Commander Cody & his Lost Planet Airman, & Isaac Hayes. Hamilton's peaked at No. 13...
  • Trina from New York, NyThis is my favorite song on the album...I wuv it!!
  • Jaja M. from Palawan, PhilippinesHis songs were awesome and very simple, even with his looks.I really like all your songs.
  • Kayla from St. Paul, MnI like this song. It's really good.
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