C'mon/Jo-Anna Says

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"C'mon/Jo-Anna Says"
C'mon jo-anna says single cover.jpg
Single by Per Gessle
from the album Son of a Plumber
Released November 9, 2005 (2005-11-09) (Sweden)
Format CD single
Recorded Vallarum (Skåne), Sweden
Genre Pop
Length 2:58 "C'mon"
3:23 "Jo-Anna Says"
Label Elevator Entertainment AB
EMI Sweden
Writer(s) Per Gessle
Producer(s) Clarence Öfwerman,
Christoffer Lundquist,
Per Gessle
Per Gessle singles chronology
"Tycker om när du tar på mej"
"C'mon"/"Jo-Anna Says"
"Hey Mr. DJ"

"C'mon"/"Jo-Anna Says" is a double A-side single written and released by Swedish musician Per Gessle, from his Son of a Plumber project. This was the first double A-side released by Gessle. The artwork was shot in London by Anton Corbijn;[1] the building on right of the shot is The Gherkin.

When Son of a Plumber was released in Europe during 2006, "Jo-Anna Says" was issued on its own to promote the album.

Track listing[edit]

Swedish CD single

(0946 346484 2 4; November 11, 2005)

  1. "C'mon"
  2. "Jo-Anna Says"
European Promo CD single

(CD PRO 4388; April 2006)

  1. "Jo-Anna Says"


Chart (2005) Peak
Swedish Singles Chart 5[2]


  1. ^ "CD liner notes". Discogs discography. Retrieved 2010-09-03. 
  2. ^ "Swedish charts archive". Hung Medien. Retrieved 2010-09-03.