Never Let It Go

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For 1990 song by Peter Wolf, see Up to No Good.
Sweden "Never Let It Go"
Eurovision Song Contest 2002 entry
Country Sweden
Artist(s) Blossom Tainton,
Gladys del Pilar,
Kayo Shekoni
As Afro-dite
Language English
Composer(s) Marcos Ubeda
Lyricist(s) Marcos Ubeda
Finals performance
Final result 8th
Final points 72
Appearance chronology
◄ "Listen To Your Heartbeat" (2001)   
"Give Me Your Love" (2003) ►

"Never Let It Go" was the Swedish entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2002. The song was a cheery number about a woman dancing the night away with the man she loves. Afro-Dite were a female trio, who bore some resemblance to the popular female R "n" B group, Destiny's Child. The girls appeared in glittering silver, waist-length gowns.

On the night of the contest Afro-dite performed 12th, following Switzerland's Francine Jordi with "Dans le jardin de mon âme" and preceding Finland's Laura Voutilainen and "Addicted To You". At the close of the voting they received 72 points, placing 8th in a field of 24.

The song was succeeded as Swedish representative at the 2003 contest by Fame with "Give Me Your Love".

Preceded by
"Lyssna till ditt hjärta" by Friends
Melodifestivalen winners
Succeeded by
"Give Me Your Love" by Fame
Preceded by
"Whenever, Wherever" by Shakira
Swedish Singles Chart number-one single
22 March 2002
Succeeded by
"Dom andra" by Kent