Album Falling Forward. I Can't Help Myself Lyrics. I steal a glance at you, and save it up for later You see what I've come to? I really should know better. But I can't help myself, help myself (can't help it) I'm lost in you I can't help myself, help myself (can't help it) I'm lost in you. I lie awake at night to savour what it is I've stolen I'm hoping that you might know where this is going
Released by Universal Music Group Mar 1999. "source":4,"source id":"251001","object type":4,"id":"251001","title":"Julia Fordham","status":0}. Listen to Julia Fordham I Can't Help Myself MP3 song. I Can't Help Myself song from the album The Julia Fordham Collection is released on Mar 1999. The duration of song is 04:01. This song is sung by Julia Fordham.
Julia Fordham is the debut album by English singer-songwriter Julia Fordham, released in 1988. The album includes the single "Happy Ever After", which reached number 27 in the UK Singles Chart, along with three further singles; "The Comfort of Strangers", (UK "Woman of the 80's" (UK and "Where Does the Time Go?" (UK All tracks written by Julia Fordham. Carlos Alomar – guitar. Brian Aris – photography. Howie B – assistant engineer.
In 1988, Fordham released her first album on Circa Records, simply titled Julia Fordham. After a round of publicity including an appearance on the BBC1 Wogan chat show in April 1988, the album reached No. 20 in the UK and eventually earned a platinum disc. It contained the Top 40 single "Happy Ever After" (which peaked at No. 27 in August 1988) The album also charted in the US, reaching No. 118 on the Billboard 200 chart. Fordham released her second album, Porcelain, in 1989 . 1994 "Different Time Different Place" (UK No. 41). 1994 "I Can't Help Myself" (UK No. 62). 1995 "Hope Prayer and Time". 2002 "Wake Up With You".
I Can't Help Myself (7", Jukebox). Virgin, CEMA Special Markets. YRCDJ 116. Julia Fordham. I Can't Help Myself (CD, Promo). YRC 116, 7243 8 92511 4 2.
Julia Fordham (born 10 August 1962) is a British singer-songwriter. Her professional career started in the early 1980s, under the name "Jules Fordham", as a backing singer for Mari Wilson and Kim Wilde, before signing a recording contract of her own later that decade. Fordham is now based in California. In 1988, Fordham released her first album on Circa Records. Simply titled Julia Fordham, it reached No. 20 in the UK and eventually earned a gold disc
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|YRCD 116, 7243 8 92511 2 8||Julia Fordham||I Can't Help Myself (Part One: The Originals And Exclusives) (CD)||Circa, Circa||YRCD 116, 7243 8 92511 2 8||UK||1994|
|YRC 116, 7243 8 92511 4 2||Julia Fordham||I Can't Help Myself (Cass, Single)||Circa, Circa||YRC 116, 7243 8 92511 4 2||UK||1994|
|DPRO-14165||Julia Fordham||I Can't Help Myself (CD, Single, Promo)||Virgin||DPRO-14165||Canada||1994|
|S7-18096||Julia Fordham||I Can't Help Myself (7", Jukebox)||Virgin, CEMA Special Markets||S7-18096||US||1994|
|YRTDJ 116||Julia Fordham||I Can't Help Myself (12", W/Lbl)||Circa||YRTDJ 116||UK||Unknown|