Save Your Kisses

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Save Your Kisses
Studio album by Natasha Thomas
Released July 5, 2004 (2004-07-05)
(see Release history)
Genre Pop, Reggae
Label Epic
Natasha Thomas chronology
Save Your Kisses
(2004)
Playin' with Fire
(2006)

Save Your Kisses is the debut album of Danish singer Natasha Thomas. It is her first and last album with Epic. It was a minor hit in some European countries and South America, principally in Brazil, where the song "It's Over Now" was used in the soundtrack of a famous soap opera, A Senhora do Destino (English: The owner of the destiny). In 2005 a Japanese version was released, with a different cover and a modified track listing; in it, "Save Your Kisses For Me" was replaced with "Let Me Show You (The Way)", which is the same song, but with different lyrics, and the song "I'm Just A Little Bit Shy", for unknown reason, was replaced for a single mix of "Save Your Kisses For Me".

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Introducing Natasha/Loving You Is Not Easy (Uh La La)"
  2. "Save Your Kisses For Me"
  3. "Young Hearts"
  4. "Why (Does Your Love Hurt So Much)"
  5. "More And More"
  6. "Sunshine After Rain"
  7. "It's Over Now" (featuring Sugar Daddy)
  8. "Suddenly"
  9. "I'm Just A Little Bit Shy"
  10. "Hold Me Closer"
  11. "Young And Carefree"
  12. "Can't Turn Back Time"
  13. "Rollercoaster Ride"
  14. "More Than Friends"

Japanese track listing[edit]

  1. "Introducing Natasha/Loving You Is Not Easy (Uh La La)"
  2. "Let Me Show You (The Way)"
  3. "Young Hearts"
  4. "Why (Does Your Love Hurt So Much)"
  5. "More And More"
  6. "Sunshine After Rain"
  7. "It's Over Now (Single Mix)"
  8. "Suddenly"
  9. "Save Your Kisses For Me (Single Mix)"
  10. "Hold Me Closer"
  11. "Young And Carefree"
  12. "Can't Turn Back Time"
  13. "Rollercoaster Ride"
  14. "More Than Friends"

Singles[edit]

Information
"Why (Does Your Love Hurt So Much)"
  • Released: 21 July 2003
  • Chart positions:
    #40 (Germany)
"It's Over now"
  • Released: 2 February 2004
  • Chart positions:
    #12 (Germany)
    #14 (Austria), (Japan)
"Save Your Kisses For Me"
  • Released: 7 June 2004
  • Chart positions:
    #13 (Germany)
    #5 (Taiwan)

Release history[edit]

Region Date
Germany July 5, 2004 (2004-07-05)
Brazil October 24, 2004 (2004-10-24)
Japan June 15, 2005 (2005-06-15)

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