Miss You Like Crazy
|"Miss You Like Crazy"|
|Single by Natalie Cole|
|from the album Good to Be Back|
|B-side||"Good to Be Back"|
|Released||March 15, 1989|
|Genre||R&B, adult contemporary|
|Writer(s)||Gerry Goffin, Michael Masser, Preston Glass|
|Producer(s)||Michael Masser For Prince Street Productions|
"Miss You Like Crazy" is a song recorded by Natalie Cole and released in 1989 from her album Good to Be Back. The song is a moving ballad in which the singer describes how she is feeling lonely and is longing for the one she misses "like crazy" (or, in other words, very much).
"Miss You Like Crazy" was a huge hit for Cole, becoming her fifth Top 10 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, where the song peaked at #7. The song also topped both the R&B and adult contemporary charts in 1989, as well as reaching #2 on the UK Singles Chart. In Canada, the song peaked at number 19 for two weeks at the end of June.
"Miss You Like Crazy" is ranked as the 67th biggest US hit of 1989.
- Erik Santos recorded his version for the Filipino movie of the same title.
- Another version was recorded by Aiza Seguerra, also for the same film.
- Canadian band the Moffatts released their own cover in 1998, peaking near or in the Top 20 of several charts, including #23 in Canada and #16 in Britain.
Weekly singles charts
Sales and certifications
- "Top Singles - Volume 50, No. 9, June 26 1989". Library and Archives Canada.
- "Top 100 Hits of 1989/Top 100 Songs of 1989", Music Outfitters.
- "British single certifications – Natalie Cole – Miss You Like Crazy". British Phonographic Industry. Enter Miss You Like Crazy in the field Keywords. Select Title in the field Search by. Select single in the field By Format. Select Silver in the field By Award. Click Search
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