Always Come Back to Your Love

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"Always Come Back to Your Love"
Single by Samantha Mumba
from the album Gotta Tell You
Released 19 February 2001
Format CD maxi single
Cassette single
12" vinyl single
Genre Pop, R&B
Length 3:55
Label Polydor Records
Writer(s) Tor Erik Hermansen
S.E. Mikkel
Hallgeir Rustan
Producer(s) Stargate
Samantha Mumba singles chronology
"Body II Body"
(2000)
"Always Come Back to Your Love"
(2001)
"Baby, Come Over (This Is Our Night)"
(2001)

"Always Come Back to Your Love" is the third single from Gotta Tell You, the debut album of the Irish singer Samantha Mumba. The single was produced by Norwegian production team Stargate, who are best known for working with the likes of Rihanna, Ne-Yo, Jordin Sparks and Chris Brown.

Track listing[edit]

UK Maxi CD/Australian CD single[1]
  1. "Always Come Back to Your Love" (With Rap)
  2. "Always Come Back to Your Love" (Cevin Fisher Vocal Mix)
  3. "Always Come Back to Your Love" (DJ Disciple Vocal Club Mix)
  4. Always Come Back to Your Love (video)
Cassette
  1. "Always Come Back to Your Love" (With Rap)
  2. "Always Come Back to Your Love" (Almighty Mix)

Music video[edit]

The video starts off with Samantha getting out of a car, that just pulled into a building, and then she starts singing. Then it cuts to a new scene where Samantha is sitting with friends in a blue room, with boys walking in. It then switches between that and her dancing a routine. Then it keeps switching between those three songs during the course of the song.

Charts[edit]

Charts (2001) Peak
osition
Australia (ARIA)[2] 63
Ireland (IRMA) 1
New Zealand (Recorded Music NZ)[3] 43
Romania (Romanian Top 100)[4] 10
UK Singles (The Official Charts Company) 3

Certifications[edit]

Country Certification Sales
United Kingdom Silver[5] 200,000+

End-of-year charts[edit]

Year Country Chart Ranking
2001 Ireland IRMA 21[6]
United Kingdom BPI 39[7]

Chart procession and succession[edit]

Preceded by
"Whole Again" by Atomic Kitten
Irish Singles Chart number-one single
24 February 2001
Succeeded by
"It Wasn't Me" by Shaggy

References[edit]

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