Could I Be Your Girl

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"Could I Be Your Girl"
Single by Jann Arden
from the album Living Under June
Released 1994
Genre Pop music
Length 4:48
Label A&M
Writer(s) Jann Arden
Producer(s) Jann Arden, Ed Cherney
Jann Arden singles chronology
"Time For Mercy"
(1993)
"Could I Be Your Girl"
(1994)
"Insensitive"
(1994)

"Could I Be Your Girl" is a song by Jann Arden, released as a single in 1994, first released on her album Living Under June (in 1994 in Canada, and in 1995 in various other markets).

The song won the 1995 Juno Award for Single of the Year.[1]

A number one hit in Canada, the song was included on Arden's 2001 greatest hits album, Greatest Hurts.

In the U.S., the song was Arden's first single to chart, reaching #33 on the Adult Contemporary chart and also briefly charting on the CHR/Pop top 50 chart in Radio & Records.

Unusually for songs by Jann Arden, this single also had a dance remix version which circulated on Canadian pop radio shortly after the release of the original version.

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Preceded by
"Fare Thee Well Love" by The Rankin Family
Juno Award for Single of the Year
1995
Succeeded by
"You Oughta Know" by Alanis Morissette