|A||I'll Be Your Friend (Extended Version)||5:43|
|B1||I'll Be Your Friend (Instrumental Version)||5:01|
|B2||I'll Be Your Friend (Alternative Mix)||5:18|
|JD-1-9457||Precious Wilson||I'll Be Your Friend (12")||Jive||JD-1-9457||US||1986|
|JS1-9456||Precious Wilson||I'll Be Your Friend (7", Single)||Jive||JS1-9456||US||1986|
|JS1-9456||Precious Wilson||I'll Be Your Friend (7", Single, Promo)||Jive||JS1-9456||Europe||1986|
|JIVE 105||Precious Wilson||I'll Be Your Friend (7", Single)||Jive||JIVE 105||UK & Europe||1985|
|JD-1-9457||Precious Wilson||I'll Be Your Friend (12", Promo)||Jive||JD-1-9457||US||1986|
Precious Wilson was born 18 October 1957 in Spanish Town, Jamaica. She spent her childhood in England, later moving to Connecticut. She sang gospel extensively as a teen before returning to England. In 1985, she signed with Jive Records and teamed up with multiple producer teams for the album Precious Wilson released the following year. Launching several singles, "I'll Be Your Friend" (a . Top 40 R&B hit), the theme song from the movie The Jewel of the Nile, and "Nice Girls Don't Last" ("Love Can't Wait" in the . A dance cover of Jerry Butler's "Only the Strong Survive" in 1987, produced by Stock Aitken Waterman.
Precious Wilson (born 18 October 1957 in Spanish Town, Jamaica) is a soul singer. Precious Wilson started out as a backing singer for the all-male group Eruption. The group enjoyed their first minor success when they won a talent competition in 1975, and then went on to record the song "Let Me Take You Back in Time". Shortly after, the lead singer left the group, and Precious Wilson stepped forward to front the band.
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Wilson's debut single as a solo artist was a cover version of Sam & Dave's "Hold On I'm Coming", released in August 1979. Produced by Frank Farian and set to a funky disco-beat, the single disappointingly failed to chart in Germany and the UK, reaching only a modest in the Dutch charts. The song was also included in Boney . s No. 1 album Oceans of Fantasy which also yielded a guest performance by Wilson on the opening track "Let It All Be Music".