"China in Your Hand" is a song by British band T'Pau, released from their album Bridge of Spies. A re-recorded version was released as a single in October 1987, spending five weeks at number 1 in the UK and is arguably the song for which the group is best known in their native Britain, though their debut single "Heart and Soul" was a much bigger hit in the United States. "China in Your Hand" was the 600th song to top the UK charts, and kept George Harrison's "Got My Mind Set on You" from hitting the top spot.
The song's lyrics refer to the novel Frankenstein and its author Mary Shelley.
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