Young Hearts

Album: Rescue You (1985)
  • Co-written with keyboard player Alan Greenwood, "Young Hearts" is the second track on the 1985 Rescue You album. When he introduced it at Boston in 1985, Turner said, "This song's for everybody who's young at heart"- which is all the explanation it needs.
  • "Young Hearts" was released as a single (promo only) on the Elektra label; running to 3 minutes 43 seconds, the stereo A-side was backed by a mono version of the same song. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England, for above 2


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