When I Looked at Him" is a single by Exposé, released on August 19, 1989. It was written and produced by the group's founder, Lewis Martineé, and it appears on their second album . Lead vocals on the track were sung by What You Don't Know Jeanette Jurado.
The song is a pensive ballad closer in form and structure to the group's #1 pop hit "
Seasons Change" than to many of their more dance-oriented songs. Still, an extended "Suave Mix" appeared on the CD version of What You Don't Know, and an acoustic version of this mix was included as the B-side to the single.
Reception [ edit ]
Released as the follow-up
single to " What You Don't Know", "When I Looked at Him" became Exposé's sixth consecutive top ten single on the chart, peaking at #10 in October 1989. Billboard Hot 100 The song also reached #3 on the  Billboard adult contemporary chart. 
Track listing [ edit ]
U.S. 7" (vinyl and cassette) [ edit ]
A - "When I Looked at Him" (4:17)
B - "When I Looked at Him" Suave Mix acoustic version (5:19)
Top positions [ edit ]
Annual Positions [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
^ Whitburn, Joel (2004). The Billboard Book of Top 40 Hits, 8th Edition (Billboard Publications), page 215.
^ Hyatt, Wesley (1999). The Billboard Book of #1 Adult Contemporary Hits (Billboard Publications), page 388.
External links [ edit ]