I'm in a Different World
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"I'm In a Different World" is a song written and produced by Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier, and Edward Holland Jr. It is the final recording they did for the Four Tops before leaving the label due to royalty disputes with Motown. The label issued the song in 1968 as the follow-up single to "Yesterday's Dreams", and peaked at number forty-seven on the US pop chart. The single reached #27 on the UK chart.