The song was written by the recording artist of origin Faydee and Romanian recording artist. Hitparáda — Singles Digital Top 100 Oficiálna. Hitparáda — Radio Top 100 Oficiální. The song was nominated for British Single of the Year at the , while the music video was nominated for British Video of the Year. Hold me in your arms again I need your love I need your time When everything's wrong You make it right I feel so high I come alive I need to be free with you tonight I need your love I need your love All the years All the times You have never been to blame And now my eyes are open And now my heart is closing And all the tears All the lies All the waste I've been trying to make a change And now my eyes are open I need your love I need your time When everything's wrong You make it right I feel so high I come alive I need to be free. In New Zealand, it entered the at number twenty-six and peaked at number fifteen for two consecutive weeks.
Archived from on 7 January 2014. I need your love I need your time When everything's wrong You make it right I feel so high I come alive I need to be free with you tonight I need your love I need your love I take a deep breath every time I pass your door I know you're there, but I can't see you anymore And that's the reason you're in the dark I've been a stranger ever since we fell apart And I feel so helpless here Watch my eyes are filled with fear Tell me, do you feel the same? The song debuted at number forty-four on the for the week commencing 11 March 2013, peaking at number three in its eighth week on the chart. The song is in , and. Faydee has also had a number of appearances in interviews on mainly Romanian television and radio stations performing live versions of the song. Select Platinum in the Certification field.
Hold me in your arms again I need your love I need your time When everything's wrong You make it right I feel so high I come alive I need to be free with you tonight I need your love I need your love Now I'm dreaming, will I ever find you now? It also reached the top five in Australia, Austria, Finland, and Sweden, the top ten in Belgium, Ireland and Switzerland, and the top twenty in the United States. Select singles in the Format field. It centers mostly on Goulding as she wears an all-black outfit while singing alone in the middle of dim-lit place surrounded by fog. . Archived from on 16 August 2013. The song features vocals from English singer and was released on 12 April 2013 as the album's seventh single. Archived from on 4 May 2013.
After this, the camcorder is picked up from the sidewalk by a third individual, who uses it to film a helicopter tour of. It shortens the track by omitting some of the intro music, starting immediately with Goulding's first lines. The accompanying music video, directed by , depicts Harris and Goulding as a romantic couple on a trip to. The video starts with Goulding in bed, singing the song. Shots of Goulding and Harris flash throughout the video, then it cuts back to the billiards scene, however the first individual is nowhere in sight, and instead a prepares the billiards table before seeing the camcorder and taking it, using it to film himself riding a motorcycle along a highway. Archived from on 26 April 2013.
Harris is then seen dancing with Goulding from afar. Archived from on 16 June 2013. The single jumped to its peak position of number four the following week, selling 43,971 copies. As the camera moves towards Harris, he reaches out and holds it, aiming the view at the nightclub's audience. Scenes of the music video flash back in rapid succession, leading to the ending of the video with Harris setting the camera down and getting into bed with Goulding in the same bedroom as at the beginning of the video. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.
Archived from on 16 August 2013. Hitparáda — Digital Top 100 Oficiální. Archived from on 29 April 2013. Archived from on 25 January 2014. Additionally a number of mixed language versions were released including Bulgarian, French and Russian. I walk in circles, but I'll never figure out What I mean to you, do I belong? Then, it is given to another individual jet skiing until he seems to lose the camcorder.
In the United States, the song debuted at seventy-six on the and peaked at number sixteen, becoming Harris's fifth top forty single and Goulding's second. Note: insert 201325 into search. The Shaggy-credited version also charted on other Billboard charts, notably the , and charts crediting Shaggy as main performer. Archived from on 20 January 2014. Archived from on 4 November 2012. Archived from on 29 November 2014.
A separate music video was shot for this version. The additional French verses are sung by Mohombi. In its fourth week, the track jumped from number forty-one to number twenty-five with 13,909 copies sold, becoming Harris's sixteenth top forty hit and Goulding's ninth. The video shifts to amateur-like footage of Goulding and Harris acting in an affectionate manner toward each other in different locations such as a , in a car, at a beach, and at a tattoo parlor. Various local versions also became popular in and on the continent. Archived from on 9 March 2013.
I try to fight this, but I know I'm not that strong And I feel so helpless here Watch my eyes are filled with fear Tell me, do you feel the same? Archived from on 19 April 2010. Prominent success has been in the and the , , Continental Europe, particularly , most prominently Romania and Moldova. Archived from on 2 January 2014. The song has a tempo of 125 beats per minute. She is joined by Harris whom is depicted to be in a romantic relationship with her. This article needs additional citations for. The video was produced by Romanian singer Costi through his record and video production company.