In London (song)

"In London" is a song recorded by Australian-born Irish singer and composer Johnny Logan. The song was first released as the B-side to Logan's 1978 debut single "No, I Don't Want to Fall In Love", which failed to chart.[1]

"In London"
Single by Johnny Logan
from the album In London
B-side"In London"
ReleasedJune 1980
Format7" 45 RPM
Genre
Length3:50
LabelRelease Records, Piccadilly, CRN, RCA Records
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s)
  • Ken Gibson
  • Roberto Danova
Johnny Logan singles chronology
"What's Another Year"
(1980)
"In London"
(1980)
"Save Me"
(1980)

The song was released as a double A-sided single with "Sad Little Woman" in June 1980 as the fourth and final single from Logan's debut studio album, In London, following Logan's win at the 1980 Eurovision Song Contest. The song charted in Germany and Belgium.

Track listing

European 7" (45 RPM) single (7P 189), (RL 1017), (PB 5746)

Side A: "In London" - 3:50
Side B: "Sad Little Woman" - 3:30

Charts

Chart (1980) Peak
position
Germany (Official German Charts)[2] 70
Belgium (Ultratop 50 Flanders)[3] 29

References

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