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What Kind Of Man Would I Be?

For the Mint Condition song of the same name, see Definition of a Band

"What Kind of Man Would I Be?"
B-side "25 or 6 to 4" (remix)
Released November 1989
Recorded 1988
Genre Pop rock, adult contemporary
Length 4:21
Label Full Moon/Reprise
Writer(s) Jason Scheff, Chas Sandford, Bobby Caldwell
Producer Chas Sandford
Chicago singles chronology

"We Can Last Forever"
(1989)
"What Kind of Man Would I Be?"
(1989)
"Hearts in Trouble"
(1990)

"What Kind of Man Would I Be?" is a song written by Jason Scheff, Chas Sandford and Bobby Caldwell and recorded by the band Chicago for their 1988 album Chicago 19 and 1989 album Greatest Hits 1982–1989. Scheff sang the lead vocals.

A slightly remixed version of the song was included on the 1989 compilation album Greatest Hits 1982-1989, and a single release of that remix peaked at #5 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 on February 24, 1990, and remains their final single to reach the top 20 of the Hot 100 to date.

Charts

End-of-year chart (1990) Position
U.S. Billboard Hot 100[1] 71

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