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|Studio album by Johnny Thunders|
|Genre||Punk, rock & roll, Acoustic|
|Label||New Rose Records|
|Producer||Johnny Thunders, Christopher Giercke|
|Johnny Thunders chronology|
Hurt Me is a 1983 album by Johnny Thunders.
All tracks composed by Johnny Thunders; except where indicated
- "Sad Vacation"
- "Eve of Destruction" (P.F. Sloan)
- "Too Much Too Soon" (Thunders, Sylvain Sylvain)
- "Joey Joey" (Bob Dylan)
- "I'm a Boy I'm a Girl"
- "Go Back to Go" (Thunders, Sylvain Sylvain)
- "I Like to Play Games"
- "Hurt Me" (Thunders, Richard Hell)
- "Illegitimate Son of Segovia"
- "It Ain't Me Babe" (Bob Dylan)
- "Diary of a Lover"
- "I'd Rather Be With the Boys (Than Girls Like You)" (Keith Richards, Andrew Loog Oldham)
- "You Can't Put Your Arms Around a Memory"
- "She's So Untouchable"
- "Ask Me No Questions"
- "She's So Strange"
- "Lonely Planet Boy" (David Johansen)
- "Cosa Nostra"
- Johnny Thunders - guitar, vocals
- Charlotte - backing vocals on "I'd Rather Be With the Boys"
- Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. "Hurt Me". Allmusic. Retrieved September 10, 2013.