Say You'll Be Mine (Amy Grant song)

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"Say You'll Be Mine"
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Single by Amy Grant
from the album House Of Love
Released 1994
Format Cassette single, CD single
Genre CCM, Adult Contemporary, Pop
Length 4:04
Label A&M
Songwriter(s) Amy Grant, Keith Thomas, Wayne Kirkpatrick
Producer(s) Keith Thomas
Amy Grant singles chronology
"String Module Error: Match not found"
(1994)
"Say You'll Be Mine"
(1994)
"Big Yellow Taxi"
(1995)
"House of Love"
(1994)
"Say You'll Be Mine"
(1994)
"Big Yellow Taxi"
(1995)

"Say You'll Be Mine" is a 1994 single by Christian music singer Amy Grant. It was released as the second single from the House of Love album in the United Kingdom. However, unlike the previous singles from House of Love, "Say You'll Be Mine" was not released in the United States. On her 2004 DVD release, Greatest Videos 1986-2004, Grant revealed that "Say You'll Be Mine" was planned as a U.S. single but the label pulled its release at the last minute. It performed better in the UK than its three predecessors, reaching #41.

Music video[edit]

Grant recorded a music video for the song, which was aired in both the US and the UK. The original album version, available on the 2004 DVD Greatest Videos 1986-2004

Official versions[edit]

  • Original album version (4:04), available on the House of Love album
  • UK radio mix

Singles[edit]

UK retail CD single[edit]

  1. "Say You'll Be Mine" (Radio mix)
  2. "Life's Gonna Change"
  3. "Say You'll Be Mine" (Album version)
  4. "Heart In Motion" (Medley mix)

Personnel[edit]

  • Lead vocal: Amy Grant
  • Acoustic piano, synths and bass programming: Keith Thomas
  • Drum programming: Mark Hammond
  • Electric guitars: Dann Huff
  • Background vocals: Amy Grant, Ada Dyer, Audrey Wheeler and Judson Spence

Charts[edit]

Chart Peak
position
UK Singles Chart 41

External links[edit]