Broken Heart (White Lion song)

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"Broken Heart"
Single by White Lion
from the album Fight to Survive / Mane Attraction
A-side "Broken Heart" (1985/1991)
B-side "El Salvador" (1985)
"Leave Me Alone" (1991)
Released 1985 / 1991
Genre Heavy metal, glam metal
Length 3:33 (1985)
4:09 (1991)
Label Asylum Records (1985)
Atlantic Records (1991)
Writer(s) Mike Tramp, Vito Bratta
Producer(s) Richie Zito
White Lion singles chronology
"Broken Heart"
(1985)
"Wait"
(1987)

"Love Don't Come Easy"
(1991)

"Broken Heart"
(1991)

"Lights and Thunder"
(1991)

"Broken Heart'" is a song by hard rock band White Lion and was their debut single.

The song was originally from the band's Fight to Survive album in 1985 and featured a music video, but was later re-recorded and re-released as the second single from the Mane Attraction album in 1991 which peaked at number 61 on The Billboard 200.[1] The re-recorded version featured a new music video.

Track listing[edit]

1985 version[edit]

  1. "Broken Heart" - 3:33
  2. "El Salvador" - 4:49

1991 version[edit]

  1. "Broken Heart '91" - 4:09
  2. "Leave Me Alone" - 4:26

Personnel[edit]

1985 version[edit]

1991 version[edit]

In popular culture[edit]

On season 11 of American Idol, contestant Colton Dixon chose the song and covered it in the Idol's "Year They Were Born" feature. Colton Dixon was born in 1991.

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