I Know You're Out There Somewhere

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"I Know You're Out There Somewhere"
Single by The Moody Blues
from the album Sur La Mer
B-side "Miracle"
Released 23 May 1988
Format 7"
Recorded 1987-1988
Length 6:37 (album)
4:18 (single)
Label Polydor Records
Writer(s) Justin Hayward
Producer(s) Tony Visconti
The Moody Blues singles chronology
"The Other Side of Life"
(1986)
"I Know You're Out There Somewhere"
(1988)
"No More Lies"
(1988)

"I Know You're Out There Somewhere" is a 1988 single by the progressive rock band The Moody Blues. It was written by guitarist Justin Hayward, and it is the sequel to the Moody Blues' 1986 single "Your Wildest Dreams", also written by Hayward. Following its release as a single in May 1988, it was included as the opening track of the 1988 album Sur La Mer.

The song's lyrics continue from the lyrics of "Your Wildest Dreams". The lyrics from "Your Wildest Dreams" tell the story of a man who is remembering his first love, and wonders if she remembers him the way he remembers her. In "I Know You're Out There Somewhere", the man realizes he still loves her, and vows to "return again" to her.

As with "Your Wildest Dreams", a music video was produced for "I Know You're Out There Somewhere." The video is a direct, linear sequel to the one for "Your Wildest Dreams", and again features Janet Spencer-Turner as the character from the singer's past.

It was also the band's final Top 40 single in the United States, peaking at a relatively disappointing #30 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Chart positions[edit]

Year Chart Position
1988 Adult Contemporary 9
Mainstream Rock Tracks 2
Billboard Hot 100 30
UK Singles Chart 52

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