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Somewhere in the World

This article is about the song by Boney M.. For the Altiyan Childs song, see Somewhere in the World (song).
"Somewhere in the World"
Ten Thousand Lightyears
Released May 1984
Format 7" single, 12" single
Recorded 1984
Genre Pop
Length 4:34
Label Hansa Records (West Germany)
Writer(s) Wolfgang Keilhauer, Tammy Grohé, Sandy Davis
Producer Frank Farian
Boney M. singles chronology

"Jambo - Hakuna Matata"
(1983)
"Somewhere in the World"
(1984)
"Kalimba de Luna"
(1984)

"Somewhere in the World" is a single by disco band Boney M., the only single to be released from their seventh studio album Ten Thousand Lightyears. Featuring the London Philharmonic Orchestra, the ballad marked another commercial low for the band when it could only muster #49 in the German charts. The full length 5:07 version was released on the 12" single.
Lead Vocal: Liz Mitchell. Backing Vocals: Liz Mitchell, Marcia Barrett.

Releases

7" Single

  • "Somewhere in the World" - 4:34 / "Exodus (Noah's Ark 2001)" (edit) (Farian, Kawohl, Davis) - 4:32 (Hansa 106 320-100, Germany)

12" Single

  • "Somewhere in the World" (Unedited version) - 5:07 / "Exodus (Noah's Ark 2001)" (extended mix) - 5:48 / "Wild Planet" (alternate mix) - 3:31 (Hansa 601 246-213, Germany)

Sources

  • http://rateyourmusic.com/artist/boney_m_

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