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Hold Onto Our Love

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Hold Onto Our Love

"Hold Onto Our Love"
Single by James Fox
Released 19 April 2004 (2004-04-19)
Format CD single
Recorded 2004
Genre Pop
Label Sony
Writer(s) James Fox, Tim Woodcock
James Fox singles chronology

"Hold Onto Our Love"
"Bluebirds Flying High" (James Fox and Cardiff City F.C.)
United Kingdom "Hold Onto Our Love"
CD cover
Eurovision Song Contest 2004 entry
Country United Kingdom
Artist(s) James Fox
Language English
Composer(s) Gary Miller
Lyricist(s) Tim Woodcock
Finals performance
Final result 16th
Final points 29
Appearance chronology
◄ "Cry Baby" (2003)   
"Touch My Fire" (2005) ►

"Hold On to Our Love" was the Eurovision Song Contest 2004 entry for the United Kingdom. It was sung by James Fox best known for his appearance as a contestant on the talent show Fame Academy. It was sung in English.

Despite the United Kingdom's 26th place at the 2003 Contest, the song was pre-qualified for the final as the United Kingdom is one of the "Big Four" (along with Spain, Germany and France), which means that their entries are exempt from qualification in the semi-final.

The song was performed twentieth on the night (following Poland's Blue Café with Love Song and preceding Cyprus' Lisa Andreas with Stronger Every Minute). At the close of voting, it had received 29 points, placing 16th in a field of 24.


  • "Hold on to Our Love" at the Diggiloo Trush
Preceded by
Cry Baby
United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
Touch My Fire

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