Anne's Song

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"Anne's Song"
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Single by Faith No More
from the album Introduce Yourself
Released April 18, 1988
Format Vinyl
Recorded Mid-1986 at Studio D in Sausalito, California
Length 4:46 (album version)
Label Slash (#LASH 18)
Songwriter(s) Billy Gould, Roddy Bottum
Producer(s) Matt Wallace, Steve Berlin, Faith No More
Faith No More singles chronology
"We Care a Lot"
"Anne's Song"
"From out of Nowhere"
"We Care a Lot"
"Anne's Song"
"From out of Nowhere"
Introduce Yourself track listing
"Faster Disco"
"Anne's Song"
"Introduce Yourself"

"Anne's Song" is a song by Faith No More off their second album Introduce Yourself and was the second and last single released with Chuck Mosley on vocals. It failed to chart anywhere in the world, making it Faith No More's least successful single, although, according to allmusic, it "should have been a hit".[1] The music video produced was directed by Tamra Davis.[2]

The single saw release on April 18, 1988, on the 7-inch, 7" picture disc and 12" vinyl formats, with catalogue numbers LASH 18, LASHP 18 and LASHX 18 respectively.[3]

The song features an interpolation of the Styx song "Lady" during the outro, before the music fades back in at the very end.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Anne's Song" (Remix on 7", Dance Mix on 12") Gould, Bottum ?:??
2. "Greed" (Alternate recording) Gould, Mosley ?:??



  1. ^ Prato, Greg. "Introduce Yourself - Overview". Allmusic. Retrieved 2008-08-28. 
  2. ^ Faith No More (2006-05-23). Live at the Brixton Academy, London: You Fat Bastards / Who Cares a Lot?: The Greatest Videos (DVD). Rhino Entertainment. 
  3. ^ Chirazi 1994, p. 138