This was because the track listing was changed at the very last minute by Pete Waterman, allegedly due to the unexpected failure of "Wouldn't Change a Thing" to top the UK chart after it was widely expected to do so, therefore, he did not want the song to open Kylie's new album, resulting in a complete re-shuffle of all ten songs, placing "Hand On Your Heart" which did reach number 1 as the album opener.
As there was a reluctance to push back the release date, there was not time to re-print the album sleeve; therefore, it was released with the original artwork showing the original track listing. The third single originally scheduled to be released was actually the album's title track; the house-influenced, dancefloor anthem "Enjoy Yourself.
According to the original track listing, it was also meant to be the third song on the album as well, however after "Wouldn't Change a Thing" became the second single, the idea was shelved.
The song "Never Too Late" was originally planned to be the second single and became the third instead, so "Enjoy Yourself" was never released as a single in any territory.
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