Maybe for Sure

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"Maybe for Sure"
Single by Deborah Harry
from the album Def, Dumb & Blonde
Released 1990
Recorded 1989
Genre Pop
Label Chrysalis Records (UK)
Deborah Harry singles chronology
"Sweet and Low"
(1990)
"Maybe for Sure"
(1990)
"Well, Did You Evah!"
(1991)
Music sample

"Maybe for Sure" is a 1989 song by the American singer Debbie Harry, released as a single from her third solo album Def, Dumb & Blonde.

Song information[edit]

"Maybe For Sure" was written during Harry's time with the band Blondie.[1] Despite being produced by Blondie's producer Mike Chapman, the single was not a success, peaking at #89 in the UK and was not released at all in the US.

The song itself is a reworked version of the song "Angel's Song" from the 1983 animated film Rock & Rule which was written by Debbie Harry and Chris Stein. A remixed version of the track called the "Tunguska Event 7" mix" was later featured on the US charity album Just Say Da (Volume IV Of Just Say Yes).

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Deborah Harry & Chris Stein.

UK 7", 7" Picture Disc & Cassette

  1. "Maybe for Sure" - 4:10
  2. "Get Your Way" - 6:11

UK 12"

  1. "Maybe for Sure" - 5:04
  2. "Get Your Way" - 6:11
  3. "End of the Run" - 7:03

UK CD

  1. "Maybe for Sure" - 4:10
  2. "Get Your Way" - 6:11
  3. "End of the Run" - 7:03

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (1990) Peak
Position
UK Singles Chart 89

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rolling Stone, precise date unknown, 1989