Released as a single, the song peaked at #14 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts on April 1, 2000.
Two years after release, it was on the soundtrack to Clockstoppers which to a degree renewed its popularity among a new audience.
Jenkins comments in the pages of A Collection, the band's first hits compilation that it was written about a muse of his at the time, and it was written to 'freak her out' when she heard it on the radio.
Track listing Edit
- "Never Let You Go" (radio version)
- "Never Let You Go" (LP Version)
- "Anything" (extended version)
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