|"Shut Up, Make Love"|
|Single by Poison|
|from the album Crack a Smile...and More!|
|B-side||"Shut Up Make Love Rap Tapin Lip Smackin"|
|Songwriter(s)||Michaels, Dall, Rockett, Saraceno|
|Poison singles chronology|
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