World of Our Own (song)

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"World Of Our Own"
Westlife - World of Our Own.jpeg
Single by Westlife
from the album World of Our Own
Released 18 February 2002
Format CD single
Recorded Rokstone Studios, London
Genre Pop
Length 3:30
Label Sony BMG
Writer(s) Steve Mac, Wayne Hector
Producer(s) Steve Mac
Westlife singles chronology
"Queen of My Heart"
"World of Our Own"
"Bop Bop Baby"

"World of Our Own" is the second single released from Westlife's third studio album of the same name (2001). The song peaked at #1 on the UK Singles Chart, becoming their 10th number one single - making them a part of a small group of artists in British chart history to achieve this feat. The song's popularity peaked when it was featured in the children's feature film, You Wish!.

"World of Our Own" was the 40th best selling single of 2002 in the UK, and received a Silver sales certification in the UK for over 200,000 copies sold.[1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "World Of Our Own" (Single Remix) - 3:28
  2. "Crying Girl" - 3:39
  3. "Angel" (Single Remix) - 4:22
  4. "World Of Our Own" (Video) - 3:28
  1. "World Of Our Own" (Single Remix) - 3:28
  2. "I Promise You That" - 3:35
  3. "Angel" (Video) - 4:22
UK VHS Video Single
  1. "World Of Our Own" (Video) - 3:28
  2. "Angel" (Video) - 4:22
  3. "Behind The Scenes Footage"
  4. "Band Messages"
Japanese E.P.
  1. "World Of Our Own" (Single Remix) - 3:28
  2. "Queen Of My Heart" (Radio Edit) - 4:20
  3. "Crying Girl" - 3:39
  4. "I Promise You That" - 3:35
  5. "Uptown Girl" (Radio Edit) - 3:06
  6. "My Love" (Radio Edit) - 3:52
  7. "Against All Odds" (Featuring Mariah Carey) - 3:21
  8. "En Ti Deje Mi Amor" (Single Remix) - 3:29
  9. "Con Lo Bien Que Te" (Single Remix) - 3:52
  10. "World Of Our Own" (U.S. Remix) - 3:29

Music video[edit]

The video of this song is Rat Pack styled. The band members are dressed up as gangsters and they enter in an American Jeep. Until the first chorus, the band members sing beneath a bridge. Then, they go to the balcony of a futurisitc building then on a deserted bridge. As they sing, the darkness lifts and the sun shines making everybody (the people) happy. The song ends with the scene shifting from the top of the roof of yet another futuristic building to back under the bridge from where the song initiated.

There is a video for the US version of the song as well, this one being a bit mature and deviating from the band's earlier innocent-type videos. The video features the band singing in an abandoned building with broken walls and surrounded by shrubbery. The video occasionally cuts to various couples kissing and necking each other while the band continue to sing in the building equipped with mics and seating on sofas. The video also shows the boys having fun at a party lit by candles, drinking beer and flirting with girls. The video ends in the same fashion it begins: by zooming out of the building.

Another video features the boys recording the song in a studio.


Weekly charts[edit]

Chart (2002) Peak
Australian Singles Chart 21
Austrian Singles Chart 10
Danish Singles Chart 5
Netherlands Singles Chart 29
German Singles Chart 11
Irish Singles Chart 3
Italian Singles Chart 41
Japanese (Tokio Hot 100) 42
New Zealand Singles Chart 6
Norwegian Singles Chart 13
Scottish Singles Chart[2] 1
Swedish Singles Chart 11
Swiss Singles Chart 26
UK Singles Chart 1
UK Airplay Chart 3
US Pop Airplay Chart 41

Year-end charts[edit]

Chart (2002) Position
UK Singles Chart 40

Chart successions[edit]

Preceded by
"Hero" by Enrique Iglesias
Scottish Singles Chart
24 February 2002
(one week)
Succeeded by
"Anything Is Possible"/"Evergreen" by Will Young
Preceded by
"Hero" by Enrique Iglesias
UK number-one single
24 February 2002
(one week)
Succeeded by
"Anything Is Possible"/"Evergreen" by Will Young

Release history[edit]

Country Release date
United Kingdom February 18, 2002
United States May 14, 2002


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