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Broken Wings - K'Lee - Top 40 Singles

New Zealand Artist: K'Lee

K'Lee is one of New Zealand's kiwi popstars and at age 19 the singer had released four singles and one album.

Her first single 'Broken Wings' stormed up to #2 in the New Zealand music charts. Her second single is on the other side of life, where she adds background dancers for the groovey '1+1+1, It Ain't Two', a song about being dogged on by her boyfriend.
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Broken Wings debuted in the Official New Zealand Top 40 Singles on 13 May 2001. It has been in the Top 40 Singles for 18 weeks with a highest position of #2. There are four songs by K'Lee in the Top 40 Singles.

Chart placings for Broken Wings:

Chart Date Chart Rank  
13 May 2001 Top 40 Singles 48
20 May 2001 Top 40 Singles 43
27 May 2001 Top 40 Singles 36
03 Jun 2001 Top 40 Singles 13
10 Jun 2001 Top 40 Singles 11
17 Jun 2001 Top 40 Singles 6
24 Jun 2001 Top 40 Singles 2
01 Jul 2001 Top 40 Singles 4
08 Jul 2001 Top 40 Singles 4
15 Jul 2001 Top 40 Singles 5
22 Jul 2001 Top 40 Singles 4
29 Jul 2001 Top 40 Singles 12
05 Aug 2001 Top 40 Singles 11
12 Aug 2001 Top 40 Singles 18
19 Aug 2001 Top 40 Singles 19
26 Aug 2001 Top 40 Singles 30
02 Sep 2001 Top 40 Singles 37
09 Sep 2001 Top 40 Singles 49

Chart placings by K'Lee:

Title Type Debut Weeks Best
1+1+1 (It Ain't Two) Top 40 Singles 21 Oct 2001 10 12
A Lifetime Left To Wait Top 40 Singles 04 Aug 2002 12 4
Broken Wings Top 40 Singles 13 May 2001 18 2
Can You Feel Me? Top 40 Singles 17 Mar 2002 17 2
K'Lee Top 40 Albums 19 May 2002 8 4
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