We Could Be Together

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"We Could Be Together"
Single by Debbie Gibson
from the album Electric Youth
A-side "We Could Be Together" (7" Edit/4:36)
B-side "No More Rhyme" (Acoustic Mix/4:12)
(U.S., 88896/JPN, 09P3-6194)
"Over the Wall" (Dub/4:24)
(U.K., A8896)
Released 1989
Format 7", Cassette (except Japan)
CD3 (Japan)
Genre Bubblegum pop
Length Album Version 5:34
Radio Mix 4:28
Label Atlantic
Writer(s) Debbie Gibson
Producer(s) Debbie Gibson, Fred Zarr
Debbie Gibson singles chronology
"No More Rhyme"
"We Could Be Together"
"Without You"

"We Could Be Together" (Atlantic 88896; Atlantic UK A8896; Atlantic Japan 09P3-6194) is the ninth single from American singer-songwriter-actress Debbie Gibson, and the fourth from the 1989 album Electric Youth (LP 81932). Originally produced by Fred Zarr, arranged by Zarr and Gibson, and engineered by Phil Castellano, this song was edited from its original recording for the single release. This song featured the great talents of Matt Finders. The catchy bubblegum pop number performed better overseas than at home, peaking at #22 in the United Kingdom but stalling at #57 in Australia and #71 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States.

Track listing[edit]

"We Could Be Together" (Atlantic DM 86315)

  1. House Mix (7:17)
  2. House of Trix (5:56)
  3. Radio Mix (4:31)
  • Remixed by Steve "Silk" Hurley

"We Could Be Together" (U.S. Promo CD #PR2724-2)

  1. 7" Remix
  2. Remix
  3. Campfire Mix
  4. Live - taken from Debbie Gibson Live: The Out of the Blue Tour

All songs by Debbie Gibson - Music Sales Corp., ASCAP

"We Could Be Together" (U.K. 7" Single Atlantic A8896)

  1. We Could Be Together
  2. Over the Wall

Weekly charts[edit]

Chart (1989) Peak
Ireland (IRMA)[1] 23
UK Singles (Official Charts Company)[2] 22
US Billboard Hot 100[3] 71


  1. ^ "The Irish Charts – Search Results – Lost in Your Eyes". Irish Singles Chart. Retrieved October 26, 2013.
  2. ^ "Archive Chart: 1989-08-19" UK Singles Chart. Retrieved October 26, 2013.
  3. ^ "Debbie Gibson – Chart history" Billboard Hot 100 for Debbie Gibson. Retrieved November 20, 2014.