Child Come Away
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|"Child Come Away"|
|Single by Kim Wilde|
|B-side||"Just Another Guy"|
|Released||4 October 1982|
|Genre||Pop, new wave|
|Writer(s)||Ricky Wilde, Marty Wilde|
|Kim Wilde singles chronology|
"Child Come Away" is the sixth single by British singer Kim Wilde, released in 1982.
Though its subject matter was dark, it was similar in sound to previous synth-driven successes like "Cambodia" and "View From a Bridge", and it was also an exclusive single release, unavailable on an album. It features Gary Barnacle on saxophone.
It became Wilde's first flop in the UK and Australia — only achieving success in a few European nations such as Denmark, Switzerland and Sweden.