Limit to Your Love

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"The Limit to Your Love"
Limit to Your Love.jpg
Single by James Blake
from the album James Blake
Released 25 November 2010
Format Digital download
Recorded 2010
Length 4:37
Label R&S
Producer(s) James Blake
James Blake singles chronology
"The Limit to Your Love"
"The Wilhelm Scream"
"Limit to Your Love"
"The Wilhelm Scream"

"The Limit to Your Love" is a song by Canadian musician Feist from her third studio album, The Reminder. It is written by Leslie Feist and Chilly Gonzales (Jason Charles Beck).

British musician James Blake recorded a version as "Limit to Your Love" on his self-titled debut studio album. As a single it was released in the United Kingdom on 25 November 2010,[1] where it debuted on the UK Singles Chart at number 47 and peaked at number 39.[2]

Track listing[edit]

Digital download
No. Title Length
1. "Limit to Your Love" 4:37

Chart performance[edit]

"Limit to Your Love" debuted on the UK Singles Chart on 12 December 2010 at number 47,[2] falling 10 places to number 57 the following week. On its third week in the chart, the single fell a further 27 places to number 84; climbing 3 places the following week. Having fallen out of the top 100, "Limit to Your Love" re-entered the charts at number 39 on 9 January 2011; following Blake's runner-up position in the Sound of 2011 poll. The single spent one week in the top 40 before falling to number 47 on its sixth week in the chart.[2]

The single also debuted on various charts across Europe during January 2011, including on the Dutch Top 40, where it debuted at number 18 on 8 January; before climbing to a peak of number 7 the following week.[3] "Limit to Your Love" also reached peaks of number 5 and number 2 in Belgium on the Flanders Tip and Wallonia Tip charts respectively.[4][5] On 24 December 2010, the single debuted at number 3 in Denmark; spending a total of five consecutive weeks within the country's top 40.[6]

Charts and certifications[edit]

Release history[edit]

Region Date Format Label
United Kingdom 25 November 2010[1] Digital download R&S


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