Stop for a Minute (Sandra song)

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"Stop for a Minute"
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Single by Sandra
from the album Ten on One (The Singles)
B-side "Two Lovers Tonight"
Released January 1988
Format 7" single
12" single
Genre Synthpop
Length 4:05
Label Virgin
Songwriter(s) Michael Cretu, Klaus Hirschburger
Producer(s) Michael Cretu
Sandra singles chronology
"Everlasting Love"
(1987)
"Stop for a Minute"
(1988)
"Everlasting Love (PWL Remix)"
(1988)
"Everlasting Love"
(1987)
"Stop for a Minute"
(1988)
"Everlasting Love (PWL Remix)"
(1988)

"Stop for a Minute" is a pop song by German singer Sandra. It was released in January 1988 from her first compilation album Ten on One (1987). "Stop for a Minute" was used in a German TV criminal show of the "Tatort" series, called "Salu Palu". It was set in Saarbrücken, Sandra's hometown, where she had a stage appearance in a club scene. It was the only appearance of Sandra in that film, and not in any acting role. The scenes in the original video clip "Stop for a Minute" are much the same as what could be seen of her in the movie.[1]

Formats and track listings[edit]

7" single

  1. "Stop for a Minute" - 4:05
  2. "Two Lovers Tonight" - 3:45

12" single

  1. "Stop for a Minute" (extended mix) - 6:19
  2. "Two Lovers Tonight" - 3:45
  3. "Stop for a Minute" - 4:05

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