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You're Not Alone (Chicago song)

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You're Not Alone (Chicago song)

"You're Not Alone"
B-side "It's Alright"
Released January 1989
Recorded 1988
Genre Rock
Length 3:56
Label Full Moon/Reprise
Writer(s) Jimmy Scott
Chicago singles chronology

Look Away
You're Not Alone
We Can Last Forever

"You're Not Alone" is a song written by Jim Scott and recorded by the band Chicago for their 1988 album Chicago 19, with Bill Champlin singing lead vocals. When released as a single early the following year, the song peaked at #10 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100.[1]

There are two versions of this song. The original album version did not contain the electric guitar passages heard in the single release, which received radio and music video airplay.


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