Que Sera Sera is a 1985 album by Johnny Thunders. Johnny Thunders shot some New Yawk scoff into songs like the punk mission statement "Little Bit of Whore," "Short Lives" and "Endless Party." "Billy Boy" is a searing instrumental ode to fallen original New York Dolls drummer Billy Murcia. Two songs on the album, "M.I.A." and "Alone in a Crowd", was originally penned in 1979 for the group Thunders was playing in then, Gang War. "Endless Party" is a leftover from the New York Dolls-era. The original 1985-release of the album had ten songs. On later cd-pressings three more were added: "Que Sera, Sera", "Cool Operator (Black Cat Remix)" and Thunders own remix of the opening track, "Short Lives", who replaced the original mix as opener of the album. "Que Sera Sera" was first released as a single (7" & 12"), backed with Thunders remix of "Short Lives". "Tie Me Up" was also released as b-side to the Johnny Thunders & Patti Palladin single "Crawfish" in 1985.