A Day Late, a Dollar Short

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"A Day Late, A Dollar Short"
Single by
Hanoi Rocks
from the album Twelve Shots on the Rocks
B-side "Bad News" and "Moonlight Dance"
Released 2003
Format CD single
Genre Rock, hard rock
Length 3:06
Label Major Leidén Productions
Writer(s) Andy McCoy
Producer(s) The Muddy Twins (Andy McCoy and Michael Monroe)

Hanoi Rocks singles chronology
"People Like Me"
(2002)
"A Day Late, A Dollar Short"
(2003)
"Keep Our Fire Burning"
(2004)

"A Day Late, A Dollar Short" is a song by the Finnish rock band Hanoi Rocks, from their comeback-album Twelve Shots on the Rocks. The song was written by the band's guitarist Andy McCoy.

The song became one of the most successful and popular song of the reborn Hanoi Rocks.

The music video featured the band playing the song at a concert, while singer Michael Monroe tries to get there.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "A Day Late, A Dollar Short"   Andy McCoy 3:06
2. "Bad News"   Moon Martin 3:49
3. "Moonlight Dance"   Andy McCoy, Michael Monroe 2:56
4. "A Day Late, A Dollar Short" (Video, Japan Only)   3:30

Personnel[edit]