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"You Keep Me Hangin' On" is a single by Kim Wilde. It was originally performed in by The Supremes. The song is the first track from her album Another Step.

Wilde's version was a total re-working of the original, completely transforming the Supremes' Motown Sound into a song. She and her brother, producer Ricki Wilde, had not heard "You Keep Me Hangin' On" for several years when they decided to record it. The song was not a track they knew well, so they treated it as a new song, even slightly changing the original lyrics. It became the biggest hit of Wilde's career, reaching #2 in the United Kingdom, as well as hitting the top spot in Europe and Australia. It also became Wilde's only major hit in the United States, spending a week at #1 in .

In , she performed a new version of the song with the German singer Nena for her Never Say Never album.

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