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Touch My Fire

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Touch My Fire

"Touch My Fire"
UK CD: 1 cover
Single by Javine
from the album Eurovision Song Contest 2005
Released 16 May 2005 (2005-05-16) (UK)
Format CD single
Length 03:09
Label Island
Writer(s) Javine Hylton
John Themis
Jonathan Shalit
Producer(s) Johnny Douglas
Javine singles chronology
"Don't Walk Away/You've Got A Friend"
"Touch My Fire"
Touch My Fire
UK CD: 2 cover
"Touch My Fire"
Eurovision Song Contest 2005 entry
John Themis
Javine Hylton
Finals performance
Final result
Final points
Appearance chronology
◄ "Hold Onto Our Love" (2004)   
"Teenage Life" (2006) ►

"Touch My Fire" is the fifth single by UK R&B star Javine. The single was the UK's entry for the Eurovision Song Contest for 2005 and her first for Island Records. It was the first new material from Javine since her debut album, "Surrender", was released in 2004.

The single reached the #18 in the UK singles chart, her fifth consecutive top 20 hit. The version on the single, however, was slightly different from the one that appeared on the Eurovision Song Contest 2005 album, with an extra verse and shorter dance break.


Chart (2005) Peak
Eurochart Hot 100 Singles[1] 56
Irish Singles Chart[2] 32
Russian Airplay Chart[3] 304
UK Singles Chart[2][4] 18

Formats and track listings

CD: 1

  1. Touch My Fire
  2. Touch My Fire (K-Gee Mix)

CD: 2

  1. Touch My Fire
  2. Touch My Fire (K-Gee Mix)
  3. Touch My Fire (Soulavengerz Get Your Groove On Mix)
  4. Touch My Fire (Video)


  1. ^ Top Music Charts - Hot 100 - Billboard 200 - Music Genre Sales
  2. ^ a b Javine - Music Charts
  3. ^ Tophit: Javine - Touch My Fire
  4. ^ "The UK’s highest charting Eurovision stars revealed!". Retrieved 2015-05-10. 
Preceded by
"Hold Onto Our Love"
by James Fox
United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
"Teenage Life"
by Daz Sampson
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