Grace (Will Young song)

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"Grace"
Will Young Grace.jpg
Single by Will Young
from the album Let It Go
B-side "Gonna Get It This Time"
Released 22 December 2008 (UK)
Format Digital download, CD single
Recorded 2008
Genre Pop
Length 3:55
Label BMG
Songwriter(s) Will Young, Matt Prime
Producer(s) Richard 'Biff' Stannard, Ash Howes
Will Young singles chronology
"Changes"
(2008)
"Grace"
(2008)
"Let It Go"
(2009)
"Changes"
(2008)
"Grace"
(2008)
"Let It Go"
(2009)

"Grace" is a pop song recorded by British singer Will Young and is the second single from his fourth studio album, Let It Go. The song was released on 22 December 2008, and performed on The X Factor on 8 November 2008, and subsequently on Children in Need 2008. The song can be heard accompanying NatWest adverts and was also featured during the Top Gear: Bolivia Special.

Video[edit]

The video premiered in November 2008. It shows Will winning an equestrian competition. The sport theme was used in the video for "Friday's Child", an earlier song by Young, but for swimming.

Track listing and formats[edit]

UK CD-Single
  1. Grace (Radio Edit)
  2. Gonna Get It This Time
Digital Download Bundle #1
  1. Grace (Radio Edit)
Digital Download Bundle #2
  1. Grace (Radio Edit)
  2. Grace (Live Version)
  3. Grace (Fred Falke Remix)
  4. Grace (Tom Neville's Falling from Grace Remix)

Charts[edit]

The single peaked at #35 on the UK Singles Chart based on downloads from the album in early November 2008, rising up to #33 the following week. The single was released physically on 22 December 2008, but failed to reach any higher position on the UK Singles Chart, despite heavy airplay on radio stations and music channels. At the time it was Will's lowest peak position ever.

Chart (2008) Peak
Position
UK Singles Chart 33

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