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Another cover version was released by Prince (his stage name at that time being a symbol with no known pronunciation, see cover art) on his 1996 album Emancipation . Prince had stated that he always wanted to release a cover version but his record company, Warner Bros. Records , had not permitted it. The CD single was released in two formats in the UK, one with a picture sleeve and one with an orange cardboard sleeve that included a picture disc and a mini-poster. The song was also issued on cassette . All versions of the single had "Right Back Here in My Arms" as the B-side . Both tracks were the album version. The track was released as a promotional single in the US, a music video was also produced.


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