Take Me to Your Heart (Bananarama song)

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"Take Me to Your Heart"
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Single by Bananarama
from the album Ultra Violet / I Found Love
Released February 1996
Format 12" single, CD single
Recorded September 1993
Genre Dance
Label ZYX Records,
Curb Records,
Popular Records,
DigIt International
Festival Records
Writer(s) Sara Dallin
Keren Woodward
Gary Miller
S.Torch
P.Barry
Producer(s) Gary Miller
Bananarama singles chronology
"Every Shade of Blue"
(1995)
"Take Me to Your Heart"
(1996)
"Careless Whisper"
(2001)

"Take Me to Your Heart" is a ballad recorded by English girl group Bananarama. It appears on their album Ultra Violet and was released as its second and final single.

The song was remixed prior to its release as a single. trance, techno, disco and reggae versions were released, with the disco remix containing samples from Anita Ward's number-one single from 1979, "Ring My Bell".

Music video[edit]

The music video appears to be one of their lowest budget production. It resembles a home movie and features Sara Dallin and Keren Woodward walking outdoors through fields of tall grass.

Remixes[edit]

  1. "Take Me To Your Heart" (Album Version) - (3:55)
    Taken from the CD albums "Ultra Violet" & "I Found Love"
  2. "Take Me To Your Heart" (Radio Heart Edit) - (3:20)
  3. "Take Me To Your Heart" (Electronic Heart Mix) - (6:02)
  4. "Take Me To Your Heart" (Tony De Vit Trance Mix) - (7:51)
    Remixed by Tony De Vit
  5. "Take Me To Your Heart" (Sweetbox Disco Mix) - (3:04)
  6. "Take Me To Your Heart" (Mark Cyrus Reggae Mix) - (5:27)
    Remixed by Mark Cyrus
  7. "Take Me To Your Heart" (Tony De Vit Radio Mix) - (4:46)
    Remixed by Tony De Vit

Charts[edit]

Chart (1996) Peak
position
Australia (ARIA)[1] 180

References[edit]

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