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My Arms Keep Missing You

 

My Arms Keep Missing You

"When I Fall in Love"/"My Arms Keep Missing You"
A-side "When I Fall in Love"
Released November 28, 1987
Format CD single, cassette single, 3" single, 7" single
Genre Pop
Length 3:14
Label RCA
Writer(s) Mike Stock
Matt Aitken
Pete Waterman
Producer Stock Aitken Waterman
Rick Astley singles chronology

"Whenever You Need Somebody"
(1987)
"When I Fall in Love"/"My Arms Keep Missing You"
(1987)
"Together Forever"
(1988)

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"My Arms Keep Missing You" was a song released as the second half of a double A-side single performed by Rick Astley in 1987. The first A-side is the pop standard "When I Fall in Love". "My Arms Keep Missing You" was released as an independent single in Germany and reached #6. It later appeared on remastered album Hold Me In Your Arms 2010 as a bonus track.

Track listing

12" vinyl promo RCA RICK 1000 DJ[1]
  1. "My Arms Keep Missing You"
  2. "My Arms Keep Missing You" (Dub)
12" vinyl RCA PT 41684 R[2]
  1. "My Arms Keep Missing You" (Bruno's Mix)–6:11
  2. "My Arms Keep Missing You"–6:45
  3. "When I Fall in Love"–2:59 (Heyman/Young)

Chart positions

Main article: When I Fall in Love

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