|"I Wanted to Tell Her"|
|Single by Ministry and Shay Jones|
|from the album With Sympathy|
|B-side||"I Wanted to Tell Her" (remix)|
|Format||Vinyl, Maxi single, 45rpm|
|Recorded||Late 1982 at Syncro Sound Studios, Boston|
|Songwriter(s)||Alain Jourgensen, Shay Jones|
|Producer(s)||Vince Ely, Ian Taylor|
|Ministry singles chronology|
"I Wanted to Tell Her" is a single by American band Ministry. The song was released as the second single from its debut album, With Sympathy . The song features guest vocals from American singer Shay Jones.
"I Wanted to Tell Her" is one of the most popular songs from With Sympathy, charting on both the US Dance and NZ charts. The song was picked as an AllMusic reviewer's pick.
NOTE: Although not listed as such on the sleeves, all 12" versions (as well as the UK 7") use an alternate performance of the song that differs from the one on With Sympathy. The Tongue-Tied Mix and Dub version are the same.
The song was covered in 2011 by electronic duo Holy Ghost!.
|Song (1983)|| US|
| NZ |
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