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"Love Don't Let Me Go" is a song performed by French DJ David Guetta, featuring vocals from singer and long-time collaborator Chris Willis. The track was released as the second single from his debut studio album, Just a Little More Love, although served as the album's lead single in the United Kingdom. The main remix of the song, "Love Don't Let Me Go (Walking Away)", was also released as single in 2006.

"Love Don't Let Me Go"
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Single by David Guetta featuring Chris Willis
from the album Just a Little More Love
Released28 February 2002
FormatCD single, digital download
Length3:36
LabelVirgin
Gum Prod
Songwriter(s)David Guetta, Ned Scott, Benji Vaughan, Chris Willis, Jean-Charles Carré, Joachim Garraud, Maff Scott, Matt White
Producer(s)David Guetta, Joachim Garraud
David Guetta singles chronology
"Just a Little More Love"
(2001)
"Love Don't Let Me Go"
(2002)
"People Come People Go"
(2002)
Chris Willis singles chronology
"Just a Little More Love"
(2001)
"Love Don't Let Me Go"
(2002)
"People Come People Go"
(2002)

Contents

Music videoEdit

A music video for the track was released in January 2002, at a total length of two minutes and fifty-five seconds. The video features a hologram of Guetta in space, but once again, does not feature Chris Willis.[1]

Track listingEdit

[2]

  • French CD single (2002)
  1. "Love Don't Let Me Go" (main mix) – 7:25
  2. "Love Don't Let Me Go" (house remix) – 5:28
  3. "Love Don't Let Me Go" (1987 Rister Remix) – 6:46
  4. "Love Don't Let Me Go" (Scream Mix) – 8:01
  5. "Love Don't Let Me Go" (single edit) – 3:39
  • UK CD single (2002)
  1. "Love Don't Let Me Go" (single edit) – 3:39
  2. "Love Don't Let Me Go" (house remix) – 5:28
  3. "Love Don't Let Me Go" (Belamour Remix) – 5:51
  4. "Love Don't Let Me Go" (music video)
  • German CD single (2002)
  1. "Love Don't Let Me Go" (single edit) – 3:39
  2. "Love Don't Let Me Go" (house remix edit) – 3:52

Chart performanceEdit

Chart (2002) Peak
position
Belgium (Ultratop 50 Flanders)[3] 10
Belgium (Ultratop 50 Wallonia)[4] 7
France (SNEP)[5] 4
Greece (IFPI)[6] 4
Netherlands (Dutch Top 40)[7] 19
Romania (Romanian Top 100)[8] 12
Switzerland (Schweizer Hitparade)[9] 13
United Kingdom (The Official Charts Company) 46

ReferencesEdit