Naughty Girl (Holly Valance song)

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"Naughty Girl"
Single by Holly Valance
from the album Footprints
B-side ""Twist""
Released 14 December 2002
Format CD single
Length 3:21
Label London
  • Grant Black
  • Cozi Costi
  • Deborah Ffrench
  • Brio Taliaferro
Producer(s) Phil Thornalley
Holly Valance singles chronology
"Down Boy"
"Naughty Girl"
"State of Mind"

"Naughty Girl" is a song performed by Australian recording artist Holly Valance for her debut album Footprints (2002). The song was released as the album's third and final single on 14 December 2002. It was written by Grant Black, Cozi Costi, Deborah Ffrench and Brio Taliaferro and produced by Phil Thornalley.

"Naughty Girl" debuted at number three on the Australian Singles Chart in the issue dated 20 January 2003, being the highest debut on the singles chart for that week.[1] It became the third consecutive single from Footprints to reach the top ten in Australia.[1] The single eventually spent eleven weeks in the top fifty and eighteen weeks in the top one hundred, leaving the chart in the issue dated 26 May 2003.[2] It became the sixtieth highest selling single in Australia for 2003 and was given a gold certification on its third week on the chart for shipments in excess of 35,000 copies.[2]

Track listing[edit]

CD1 single[3]
  1. "Naughty Girl" (Radio Edit) – 3:26
  2. "Naughty Girl" (Ernie Lake Hustle Mix) – 5:42
  3. "Naughty Girl" (E&B Vocal Dub) – 5:40
  4. "Naughty Girl" (Bare Brush Mix) – 4:57

CD2 single[4]

  1. "Naughty Girl" (Radio Edit) – 3:26
  2. "Naughty Girl" (K-Klass radio edit) – 3:44
  3. "Twist" – 3:45
  4. "Naughty Girl" (Music Video) – 3:26

Credits and personnel[edit]

Credits adapted from the liner notes of Footprints.[5]

  • Holly Valance – lead vocals
  • Phil Thornalley – production, guitars
  • Anders Kallmark – additional production, programming, keyboards
  • Pete Craigie – mixing
  • Helen Boulding – background vocals
  • Cozi Costi – songwriting, additional vocals
  • Martyn Phillips – programming, keyboards
  • Marc Fox – percussion
  • Grant Black – songwriting
  • Deborah Ffrench – songwriting
  • Brio Taliaferro – songwriting

Charts and certifications[edit]

Release history[edit]

List of release dates, showing region, release format, label and catalog number
Region Date Format Label Catalog Ref
United Kingdom 14 December 2002 CD single London Records LOCDP472
Australia 13 January 2003 EngineRoom Records ERM0011 [3]