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"If Only I Could" Single by Sydney Youngblood from the album Feeling Free B-side "Spooky" Released 1989 Format 7" single, CD maxi Recorded 1989 Genre Dance Length 3:30 Label Virgin Writer(s) Claus Zundel Mike Staab Sydney Youngblood R. Hamm Producer Claus Zundel Sydney Youngblood singles chronology "If Only I Could" (1989) "Sit and Wait" (1989) If Only I Could is the debut single from artist Sydney Youngblood and became his biggest hit. Released as a single from his album Feeling Free in 1989, the song was composed by Claus Zundel, a producer of multi-million selling projects Sacred Spirit and B-Tribe. It is now considered Youngblood's signature song and is still popular with many of his fans. The song was a top three hit in many countries, including UK, Ireland, Switzerland, Austria and Germany. In the UK, it was the 11th best-selling single of 1989. It was followed by the Top 20 UK hit "Sit and Wait". Contents 1 Lyrcis, music and video 2 Track listings 3 Charts and sales 3.1 Peak positions 3.2 Certifications 4 References Lyrcis, music and video In the song, Youngblood evokes "the world of brotherhood and love that he would like to create "if only he could"". This utopian humanism is "very uncommon in the songs devoted to nightclubs".[1] "If Only I Could" used the bassline and drumbeat from the Raze house music track, "Break For Love", and reached number three on the UK Singles Chart.[2] The video for the single featured Youngblood bouncing around a ball that resembled the earth, while donning urban clothing and traditional African clothing. Track listings 7" single "If Only I Could" — 3:30 "Spooky" — 3:54 3" CD single "If Only I Could" (radio edit) — 3:30 "If Only I Could" (extended version) — 6:30 "Spooky" — 3:54 Charts and sales Peak positions Chart (1989) Peak position Austrian Singles Chart[3] 3 Eurochart Hot 100 4 French SNEP Singles Chart[3] 8 German Singles Chart[1] 3 Irish Singles Chart[4] 2 Swedish Singles Chart[3] 9 Swiss Singles Chart[3] 3 UK Singles Chart[5] 3 Certifications Country Certification Date Sales certified Austria[6] Gold May 15, 1990 15,000 Germany[7] Gold 1989 150,000 UK[8] Silver October 1, 1989 200,000 References ^ a b Elia Habib, Muz hit. tubes, p. 178 (ISBN 2-9518832-0-X) ^ Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. pp. 616. ISBN 1-904994-10-5.  ^ a b c d "If Only I could", in various singles charts (Retrieved February 15, 2008) ^ Irish Single Chart (Retrieved February 15, 2008) ^ UK Singles Chart (Retrieved August 11, 2008) ^ Austrian certifications (Retrieved August 11, 2008) ^ "Gold/Platin–Datenbank [Gold/Platinum Database]" (in German). Bundesverband Musikindustrie. Retrieved August 11, 2008.  ^ UK certifications (Retrieved August 11, 2008)