"Hold On" is a single by the progressive rock band Kansas. It was the band's thirteenth single, eighth top one-hundred hit, and fifth top forty hit, peaking at number 40.[1] The song was first released on the 1980 album Audio-Visions, which was the last album recorded with the original band before Steve Walsh left. The song was written by Kerry Livgren to try to convince his wife to convert to Christianity along with him. It was further re-released on several compilation and live albums, including The Best of KansasThe Kansas Boxed SetThe Ultimate KansasSail On: The 30th Anniversary CollectionLive at the Whisky, and the CD/DVD combos of Device, Voice, DrumWorks in Progress, and There's Know Place Like Home.

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Chart (1980) Peak


U.S. Billboard Hot 100 40
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