|Be My Wife|
|production credits unknown|
|Released on June 1977|
|no chart information|
|Find it at GEMM|
|JH-11017 wo. picture sleeve|
L ow is like half a box of chocolates, “Be My Wife” being one of those sweet confections you pop in your mouth and devour quickly. It’s heaven for a few seconds, then gone, and you’re left with a tiny pang of regret that you didn’t savor the experience more. Then there’s those chewy instrumental quince logs to contend with. (I bought the promo single, so I got two cherries.) “Be My Wife” is one I'd play at my wedding, though I expect my wife would be smart enough to avoid that car crash and leave song selection to a neutral third party. Still, I can't help but speculate on a shortlist of stardust memories: Heroes, Let's Dance, The Prettiest Star, Tonight, and maybe Rock 'n' Roll With Me.
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|REGION||RELEASE DATE||LABEL||MEDIA||ID NUMBER||FEATURES|
|UK/SPA||June 1977||RCA||7"||PB 1017||picture sleeve|
|US||1977||RCA||7PRO||JH-11017||feat. A mono on flip|
|JPN||1977||RCA||7"||SS 3104||picture sleeve|
|UK||1983||RCA||7"||BOW 511||picture sleeve|
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