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Kylie Minogue - Wouldn't Change A Thing (1989)

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"Wouldn't Change a Thing" is a song performed by Australian singer and songwriter Kylie Minogue, recorded for her second ...

"Wouldn't Change a Thing" is a song performed by Australian singer and songwriter Kylie Minogue, recorded for her second studio album Enjoy Yourself (1989). The song was written by Stock Aitken Waterman, and was released on 24 July 1989 by PWL Records. The song was released as the second single off the album.

Musically, "Wouldn't Change a Thing" is like Minogue's previous singles, which is dance-pop related, with instruments including guitars, drum machine and tambourine effects. Commercially, the song received success on the charts, peaking in the top 20 in countries including Australia, Denmark, Finland, France and the United Kingdom, while just missing the top twenty in New Zealand.

Minogue has performed the song in most of her tours including Disco in Dream/The Hitman Roadshow, Enjoy Yourself Tour, Rhythm of Love Tour, Let's Get to It Tour, and currently her Golden Tour. She also performed the song on a TV special entitled An Audience with Kylie (2001).

Music video

The video shows Kylie playfully enjoying herself in a garden in London, cut with studio shots of her performing the routine both casual and formal. She wears cut off jeans and a black chiffon shirt knotted at the middle and evening wear, a bustier and skirt made out of pearls, her dancers in, alternately, top-hat-and-tails and street wear.

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