How Do You Want My Love - Kim Wilde - Another Step (Cassette, Album)

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  1. I loved this album years ago in cassette form and had been looking forward to it for years in CD, only to find it not available. Another Step is now available on download and I was happy to get it and remember my younger days. IMO, the best Kim Wilde album. (Note a different album cover than the original)/5(18).
  2. Another Step (Closer To You) Lyrics: Never, ever felt this way before / You are the one that I'm craving for / Another step nearer your heart / Another step closer to knowing you / Another step.
  3. Kim Wilde's fifth album was her eventual American breakthrough, finally giving the British singer a Top Ten hit with a Hi-NRG cover of the Supremes' "You Keep Me Hangin' On." Competent but not groundbreaking, it was a perfectly fine, albeit not particularly memorable, single, which pretty much sums up the rest of Another Step as well.
  4. Another Step is the fifth studio album by British pop singer Kim Wilde, released in November The album contained her comeback worldwide hit "You Keep Me Hangin' On", which reached No.1 in the US, as well as the UK top 10 hit "Another Step" and "Say You Really Want Me"/5(28).
  5. How do you want my love You know they told me - keep your distance Got to play love by the rules And I believed them wound up losing Love left me for a fool I know I'm not the only one Who knows what love can do It's in your eyes You've been hurt the same way too How do you want my love How do you want my love tonight How do you want my love.
  6. Another Step Wikipedia article Album by Kim Wilde. You Keep Me Hangin' On Hit Him Another Step (Closer To You) The Thrill Of It I've Got So Much Love Victim (not on vinyl release) School Girl Say You Really Want Me She Hasn't Got Time For You Brothers Missing How Do You Want My Love Don't Say Nothing's Changed Bonus tracks on remastered CD:Songs About LoveYou Keep Me Hangin' .
  7. "You Keep Me Hangin' On" was the first single taken from the Supremes' album The Supremes Sing Holland–Dozier–Holland. The song became the group's eighth number 1 single when it topped the Billboard Hot pop singles chart for two weeks in the United States from November 13, , through November 27,

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