I'm Stepping Out

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"I'm Stepping Out"
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Single by John Lennon
from the album Milk and Honey
B-side"Sleepless Night" (Yoko Ono)
Released
  • 19 March 1984 (1984-03-19) (US)
  • 15 July 1984 (UK)
Format7-inch single
Recorded1980
GenreRock
LabelPolydor
Songwriter(s)John Lennon
Producer(s)
John Lennon singles chronology
"Borrowed Time"
(1984)
"I'm Stepping Out"
(1984)
"Every Man Has a Woman Who Loves Him"
(1984)

"I'm Stepping Out" is the last single from the final John Lennon and Yoko Ono album Milk and Honey. In it, Lennon celebrates his enthusiasm for the night life of New York City, and makes tongue-in-cheek reference to his "househusband" period. It reached No. 88 in the UK Singles chart, and in the US at No. 55 in the US Billboard Hot 100[1] and number 57 on the Cashbox Top 100.[2]

The B-side features Ono's "Sleepless Night."

Recording[edit]

"I'm Stepping Out" was the first song to be recorded when the sessions for Double Fantasy/Milk and Honey began at The Hit Factory in New York City on 7 August 1980.[3]

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ John Lennon's Top 10 Albums & Singles | Billboard
  2. ^ Blaney, John (2005). John Lennon: Listen to This Book (illustrated ed.). [S.l.]: Paper Jukebox. p. 326. ISBN 978-0-9544528-1-0.
  3. ^ Madinger, Chip; Raile, Scott (2015). LENNONOLOGY Strange Days Indeed - A Scrapbook Of Madness. Chesterfield, MO: Open Your Books, LLC. pp. 519–520. ISBN 978-1-63110-175-5.

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