Love Me for a Reason – The Collection

Love Me for a Reason – The Collection
Compilation album by Boyzone
Released 17 February 2014 (2014-02-17)
Recorded 1994-2010
Genre Pop, pop rock
Length 69:26
Label Spectrum
Producer Greg Wells
Boyzone chronology
Love Me for a Reason – The Collection
Dublin to Detroit

Love Me for a Reason – The Collection is the seventh compilation album by Irish boy band Boyzone. It was released on 17 February 2014.[1]

Track listing

Standard edition
No. TitleWriter(s)Producer(s) Length
1. "Love Me for a Reason"  David Jones, Johnny Bristol, Wade BrownRay Hedges 3:39
2. "No Matter What"  Andrew Lloyd Webber, Jim Steinman, Nigel WrightWebber, Steinman, Wright 4:32
3. "Baby Can I Hold You"  Tracy ChapmanStephen Lipson 3:15
4. "Isn't It a Wonder"  Keating, Hedges, BranniganHedges 3:30
5. "Father and Son"  Cat StevensRay Hedges 2:56
6. "Picture of You"  Ronan Keating, Nigel Kennedy, Paul Watkins, Paul WilsonAbsolute 3:28
7. "Arms of Mary"  Iain SutherlandJon Douglas 2:48
8. "You Flew Away"  Stephen GatelyJon Douglas 4:25
9. "Coming Home Now"  Keating, Keith Duffy, Mikey Graham, Shane Lynch, Stephen GatelyRay Hedges 3:47
10. "A Different Beat"  Keating, Hedges, Brannigan, Keith Duffy, Shane Lynch, Stephen GatelyHedges 4:10
11. "Don't Stop Looking For Love"  Billy MannJon Douglas 4:12
12. "All the Time in the World"  Desmond Child, Damon Robbins, Victoria StephensonMike Mangini 4:15
13. "Key to My Life"  Keating, Hedges, Brannigan, Graham, GatelyRay Hedges 3:45
14. "You Needed Me"  Randy GoodrumMac 3:14
15. "Melting Pot"  Roger Cook, Roger GreenwayPhil Harding, Ian Curnow, Hedges 3:33
16. "When All is Said and Done"  Keating, Duffy, Graham, Lynch, GatelyRay Hedges 3:05
17. "One Kiss at a Time"  Keating, Rogers, SturkenRogers, Sturken 4:06
18. "Walk On (So They Told Me)"  Steven Greenberg, Mark HudsonMangini 3:28
19. "Love Is a Hurricane"  Gregg Alexander, Danielle BriseboisWells 3:30
20. "Can't Stop Me"  Gately, Hedges, BranniganRay Hedges 3:08


Chart (2014) Peak
scope="row" Belgian Albums (Ultratop Flanders)[2] 44


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