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Wrong (Kimberley Locke song)

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Wrong (Kimberley Locke song)

This article is about the Kimberley Locke song. For the Depeche Mode song, see Wrong (Depeche Mode song).
Single by Kimberley Locke
from the album One Love
Released June 2004
Recorded 2004
Genre Pop
Label Curb Records
Writer(s) Kaci, Tiffany Arbuckle Lee
Producer Matt Bronleewe
Kimberley Locke singles chronology

"8th World Wonder"
"Coulda Been"

"Wrong" is the second single from American Idol finalist, Kimberley Locke, from her One Love album. The song was written by Kaci and Tiffany Arbuckle Lee. A dance remix by the remix team Bronleewe & Bose was later released on the iTunes digital single release.

Track listings and formats

  • US promotional single - CURBD-1871
  1. "Wrong" (Radio Mix) – 3:07
  2. "Wrong" (Radio Mix with lead guitar) – 3:06
  3. "Wrong" (Plumb Radio Mix) – 3:10
  • US digital single - iTunes exclusive
  1. "Wrong" (Radio Mix) – 3:07
  2. "Wrong" (Radio Mix with lead guitar) – 3:06
  3. "Wrong" (Bronleewe & Bose Radio Edit) – 2:39

Cover versions

Canadian pop singer Mandy Savoy released a version of "Wrong" in December 2007. The release featured remixes by dance producers Troy Morehouse and Gary Flanagan.


Charts (2004) Peak
Top 40 Mainstream 39

Music video

The video for "Wrong" was directed by Urban Strom, who has also directed videos for Mary J. Blige, Rachel Stevens and LeAnn Rimes. The video was filmed in London, England in the spring of 2004.

External links

  • "Wrong" Music Video
  • Template:MetroLyrics song
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