Bring You Home

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Bring You Home
Studio album by Ronan Keating
Released 5 June 2006 (worldwide)
1 July 2006 (Australia)
Recorded 2005–2006
Genre Pop
Length 49:59
Label Polydor
Producer Mark Taylor, Steve Mac
Ronan Keating chronology
10 Years of Hits
Bring You Home
Songs For My Mother
Singles from Bring You Home
  1. "All Over Again"
    Released: 29 May 2006
  2. "Iris"
    Released: 14 July 2006
  3. "This I Promise You"
    Released: 13 November 2006
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Bring You Home is the fourth studio album by Irish singer-songwriter Ronan Keating. It was released by Polydor Records on 5 June 2006. It was his last studio album before he returned to newly reformed Boyzone. The album debuted at number three on UK Albums Chart.


Three singles were released from the album: "All Over Again" (featuring Kate Rusby), "Iris" (a cover of the Goo Goo Dolls' hit song), and "This I Promise You",[1] which was released as a download-single only. The album also contains the song "To Be Loved", which was originally recorded by Westlife on their 2001 album World of Our Own. However, Keating's uses completely different lyrics for the second verse of the song. This is only one of two songs on the album that were produced by Steve Mac, who originally co-wrote it. The album was primarily produced by Mark Taylor. "Just When I'd Given Up Dreaming" was co-written with American singer/songwriter, Richard Marx. The album has been certified Platinum in Australia, and has sold more than 70,000 copies there. The album has also achieved Gold status in UK, selling more than 100,000 copies.

Track listing

Standard version
No. TitleWriter(s) Length
1. "Friends in Time"  Simon Carmody, David O'Byrne 5:44
2. "This I Promise You"  Ronan Keating, Paul Barry, Mark Taylor 3:55
3. "All Over Again" (featuring Kate Rusby)Don Mescall, Randy Goodrum 4:31
4. "Iris"  John Rzeznik 4:08
5. "To Be Loved"  Steve Mac, Wayne Hector 3:04
6. "Superman"  Keating, Barry 4:19
7. "It's So Easy Lovin' You"  Keating, Steve Robson, Hector 4:08
8. "Back in the Backseat"  Mac, Hector 3:39
9. "Bring You Home"  Keating, Barry, Taylor 3:16
10. "Hello Again"  Neil Diamond, Andy Lindgren 4:02
11. "Just When I'd Given Up Dreaming"  Keating, Richard Marx 4:17
12. "(We Just Need) Time"  Keating, Gregg Alexander, James McNally 3:56

Chart positions


Chart Peak
Swiss Albums Chart 3
UK Albums Chart 3
Australian Albums Chart 6
German Albums Chart 7
New Zealand Albums Chart 7
Austrian Albums Chart 10
Swedish Albums Chart 10
Irish Albums Chart 16
Italian Albums Chart[3] 86
Polish Albums Chart 283


Single Chart Peak
All Over Again UK Top 75 Singles Chart 6
Iris UK Top 75 Singles Chart 15


  1. Archived 9 September 2008 at the Wayback Machine.
  3. "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 28 June 2015. Retrieved 2015-01-26.
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