The song "Your Love" was originally sung by Tony Lewis of The Outfield on the band's 1985 debut album, "Play Deep." The song was written by John Spinks, who also played keyboard and guitar for The Outfield. The last line of the song's chorus is "I don't want to lose your love tonight."
In addition to the original recording from The Outfield, several other performers have covered the song on recordings and in live performances, including Less Than Jake, A Wilhelm Scream and Katy Perry. Wyclef Jean's reggae mix of "Your Love," featuring Eve, was part of the soundtrack for the movie "50 First Dates." Morgan Page released an electro-inspired version in 2013 that featured freshly rerecorded vocals by The Outfield.