Poison Heart

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"Poison Heart"
Single by Ramones
from the album Mondo Bizarro
B-side "Censorshit"
Released 1992
Genre Punk rock, alternative rock
Length 4:04
Label Radioactive Records
Songwriter(s) Dee Dee Ramone, Daniel Rey
Producer(s) Ed Stasium
Ramones singles chronology
"I Believe in Miracles"
(1989)
"Poison Heart"
(1992)
"Strength to Endure"
(1992)
"I Believe in Miracles"
(1989)
"Poison Heart"
(1992)
"Strength to Endure"
(1992)

"Poison Heart" is the 1992 single by the Ramones written by ex-bassist Dee Dee Ramone. It has a different pace to normal Ramones works. It was given to the band in exchange for bailing Dee Dee out of jail. The song was also included in the film Pet Sematary Two (1992). The song's video was directed by Samuel Bayer.

The song was also covered by Dee Dee Ramone's friend and former The Dead Boys vocalist Stiv Bators and was released posthumously on the 1996 Last Race album.

Finnish rock band HIM recorded and released a cover of the song as a b-side to their hit single "Wings of a Butterfly", in 2005.

Track listing[edit]

UK CHS 3917 - 7"

  1. "Poison Heart"
  2. "Censorshit"

UK 12CHSS 3917 - 12"

  1. "Poison Heart (Live)"
  2. "Chinese Rocks (Live)"
  3. "Sheena Is a Punk Rocker (Live)"
  4. "Rockaway Beach (Live)"

Personnel[edit]

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (1992) Peak
Position
UK Singles Chart 69
US Billboard Hot 100 98
US Billboard Modern Rock Tracks 6

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