Where I Find My Heaven

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For the album by Gigolo Aunts, see Where I Find My Heaven (album).
"Where I Find My Heaven"
Single by Gigolo Aunts
from the album Flippin' Out
Released 1993 (1993)
Length 03:23
Label Fire
Writer(s) Paul Brouwer, David Gibbs, Philip Hurley, Steve Hurley
Gigolo Aunts singles chronology
"Shame"
(1993)
"Where I Find My Heaven"
(1993)
"Mrs. Washington"
(1994)

"Where I Find My Heaven" is a song written and performed by Gigolo Aunts. It was released as a 1993 single by Fire Records in support of the 1993 album Flippin' Out. It was later re-released as an April 1995 single[1] to highlight its inclusion on the soundtrack to the movie, Dumb and Dumber, and its use as the opening music to the British sitcom, Game On. The April 1995 single entered the UK charts on 13 May 1995 at Number 29 and remained on the charts for 3 weeks.[2]

Track listing[edit]

UK Single (Fire Records) Catalog Number: blaze63cd (1993) Format: CD single

  1. "Where I Find My Heaven" (Brouwer, Gibbs, Hurley, Hurley) 3:25
  2. "That's OK" (Brouwer, Gibbs, Hurley, Hurley) 3:58

UK Single (Fire Records) Catalog Number: blaze87cd (1995) Format: 7" single

  1. "Where I Find My Heaven" (Brouwer, Gibbs, Hurley, Hurley) 3:28
  2. "Ride On Baby Ride On (Acoustic)" (Brouwer, Gibbs, Hurley, Hurley) 5:16

UK Single (Fire Records) Catalog Number: blaze87cd (1995) Format: CD single

  1. "Where I Find My Heaven" (Brouwer, Gibbs, Hurley, Hurley) 3:28
  2. "Ride On Baby Ride On" (Brouwer, Gibbs, Hurley, Hurley) 5:16
  3. "Lemon Peeler" (Brouwer, Gibbs, Hurley, Hurley) 3:28
  4. "Serious Drugs" (Stewart, Blake, McAlinden) 3:55

US Promo Single (RCA/BMG) Catalog Number: RDJ 64290-2 (1995) Format: CD single

  1. "Where I Find My Heaven" (Brouwer, Gibbs, Hurley, Hurley) 3:23

References[edit]

  1. ^ Strong, Martin Charles "The Great Indie Discography". Retrieved 2011-01-24.
  2. ^ "Where I Find My Heaven","AllMusic Charts", Retrieved 2011-01-26.