"Annie Get Your Gun" was a single released by Squeeze in 1982. It was not featured on any studio album, but has been included on a number of compilations, including Singles – 45's and Under. "Annie Get Your Gun" (which borrows its name from a popular musical) was the last single released by the band before they broke up, though they reunited in 1985.
After the failure of the band's previous album, Sweets from a Stranger, Squeeze's record company, A&M, asked them to make a new single. Glenn Tilbrook already had put together two songs, "Action Speaks Faster" and "Annie Get Your Gun." He then asked the rest of the band to pick the one to be recorded, resulting in "Annie Get Your Gun" being unanimously chosen. The band was then sent to producer Alan Tarney, who Tilbrook played the song for. When the band was brought back by Tarney, they found that Tarney had already completed the backing track to the song, only needing Tilbrook and Chris Difford's vocals. Glenn Tilbrook said on the matter, "It was like we were in The Monkees. Alan did a very good job, but it was devastating for us because we could all play so well, although I didn't mind as much as the others because I was singing the lead vocal." Drummer Gilson Lavis, however, was insistent that he record a drum track.
The song reached number 43 in the UK Singles Chart, but the song later gained fame as part of Squeeze's live set.