"Take Me I'm Yours" (1978) was the first of many hit singles by Squeeze. It established the band's trademark vocal style, with Chris Difford singing an octave lower than Glenn Tilbrook. The song has been covered several times, including a unique take by Tim Curry on his 1981 album Simplicity, and more recently by Andrea Corr on her album Ten Feet High. In 1998, the song was used in an American television commercial for Dockers jeans.
The track peaked at No. 19 in the UK Singles Chart in May 1978.
- "Take Me I'm Yours" (2:45)
- "Night Nurse" (2:43)