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All 4 One (song)

"All 4 One"
beFour
from the album All 4 One
Released August 10, 2007
Format CD single
Recorded 2007
Genre Pop
Length 3:09
Label Universal
Writer(s) Christian Geller
Producer Christian Geller, Adam Bernau
beFour singles chronology

"Magic Melody"
(2007)
"How Do You Do?" /"All 4 One"
(2007
"Little, Little Love"
(2007)

"All 4 One" is the second single taken from beFour's second album All 4 One. It was released as a double A-side single with How Do You Do? in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The song reached the top 5 in Austria and only narrowly missed the top ten in Germany and Switzerland.

Formats and track listings

These are the formats and track listings of the single releases of "All 4 One":

Maxi CD single

  1. How Do You Do? - 3:09
  2. All 4 One - 3:40
  3. All 4 One (Karaoke Version) - 3:40
  4. Video - 3:40

Digital Download

  1. How Do You Do? - 3:09
  2. All 4 One - 3:40
  3. All 4 One (Karaoke Version) - 3:40

Charts

Charts (2009) Peak
position
Austrian Singles Chart 5
Eurochart Hot 100 Singles 30
German Singles 12
Swiss Singles Chart 11

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