Tell Me Why (Declan Galbraith song)

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"Tell Me Why (CD Single)"
Declan TellMeWhy cover.jpg
Single by Declan Galbraith
from the album Declan
B-side "I'll Be There"
"The New Year Song 2003"
Released 9 December 2002
Format CD single
Recorded 2002
Genre Operatic pop
Label EMI
Songwriter(s) Mack, Mason
Producer(s) Brothers Mack for Xenex Management
Declan Galbraith singles chronology
"Tell Me Why (CD Single)"
(2002)
"'Love of My Life'"
(2007)
Tell Me Why
(2002)
Love of My Life
(2007)

"Tell Me Why" is a single by English singer Declan Galbraith.

Released on December 9, 2002, 10 days before his 11th birthday, this was Declan's first single.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Tell Me Why (radio edit) featuring the Young Voices"
  2. "I'll Be There"
  3. "The New Year Song 2003"
  4. "Tell Me Why Video"

Guinness World Record[edit]

On 9 December 2002, the largest choir in history, drawn from all parts of the UK and Ireland, joined Declan to sing 'Tell Me Why' for a Guinness World Record. The event was organized by 'Young Voices in Concert'. Funds from the record-breaking attempt were donated to the Sargent Cancer Care for Children. Noted members of these choirs include Rose Flanagan, Chestibople Tighe, and Cormac Heffo91.