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|Single by ABBA|
|from the album Arrival|
|B-side||"Money, Money, Money"|
|Released||1977 (Japan only)|
|Recorded||March 24, 1976
at Metronome Studio
|ABBA singles chronology|
"That's Me", originally "Coachman's Farm", is a song recorded by the Swedish pop group ABBA in 1976. It was released as a single in Japan the following year (with "Money, Money, Money" as the B-side) to promote the band's Arrival album, and reached number 75 on the official Japanese charts. Elsewhere, "That's Me" was used as the B-side to ABBA's hit single, "Dancing Queen".
A music video, filmed during the making of 1976 TV special ABBA-dabba-doo!, was made for the song to promote it, which combined original footage, as well as clips and outtakes from previous ABBA "promo videos", and had its debut seventeen years after being actually filmed, as part of the More ABBA Gold video compilation in 1993.
- Romanian singer Angela Similea used the instrumental for a song recorded in the 1970s in Romanian, "Simfonia iernii" (en. - "Winter Symphony").
- ABBA cover band Arrival covered this song on their 1999 First Flight tribute album.
- A dance cover of the song by Sabu was included on the 2001 Japanese import ABBA Ibiza Caliente Mix compilation.
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