Around My Heart

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"Around My Heart"
Sandra Around My Heart.jpg
Single by Sandra
from the album Into a Secret Land
B-side"Around My Drums"
ReleasedApril 1989
FormatCD maxi, 7" single, 12" single
Length3:18 (Album Version)
3:08 (Single Version)
3:42 (1999 Remix Version)
3:23 (2006 Remix Version)
Songwriter(s)Hubert Kemmler
Markus Lohr
Sor Otto's
Frank Peterson
Klaus Hirschburger
Producer(s)Michael Cretu
Sandra singles chronology
"Sisters and Brothers"
"Around My Heart"
"La Vista de Luna"
Sandra singles chronology
"Everlasting Love 2006"
"Around My Heart 2006"
"In the Heat of the Night 2007"

"Around My Heart" is a pop song by German singer Sandra. It was written by Hubert Kemmler, Markus Lohr, Sor Otto's, Frank Peterson, Klaus Hirschburger and produced by Michael Cretu. The song was released in April 1989 as the fourth single from Sandra's third studio album "Into a Secret Land". The song reached the top ten in Israel (number six) and the top twenty in Germany (number eleven) and Switzerland (number nineteen). The song was remixed in 1999 for Sandra's third greatest hits collection "My Favourites" and in 2006 for her remix-compilation "Reflections - The Reproduced Hits".[1]

Formats and track listings[edit]

CD maxi
  1. "Around My Heart" — 3:11
  2. "Around My Heart" (extended mix) — 6:02
  3. "Around My Drums" (instrumental) — 3:13
7" single
  1. "Around My Heart" — 3:11
  2. "Around My Drums" (instrumental) — 3:13
12" single
  1. "Around My Heart" (extended mix) — 6:02
  2. "Around My Drums" (instrumental) — 3:13
  3. "Around My Heart" — 3:11


Chart (1989) Peak
Austrian Singles Chart[2] 23
French SNEP Singles Chart[2] 28
German Singles Chart[3] 11
Swiss Singles Chart[2] 19
Chart (2007) Peak
Poland (Airplay Chart)[4] 5


  1. ^ Archived 13 June 2009 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ a b c "Around My Heart", in various singles charts[permanent dead link] (Retrieved 2009-04-24)
  3. ^ German Singles Chart Archived 28 June 2009 at the Wayback Machine (Retrieved 2009-04-24)
  4. ^ "Nielsen Music Control". Archived from the original on 6 March 2007.

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