Hold My Body Tight


Hold My Body Tight

"Hold My Body Tight" is the fifth single from East 17's second album "Steam". Itfollowed "Around The World", "Steam", "Stay Another Day", and "Let It Rain" into the UKchart. It was the only single from the album not to make the UK Top 10, peaking at #12.


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