Those Simple Things/Daydream

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"Those Simple Things" / "Daydream"
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Single by Right Said Fred
from the album Up
ReleasedJuly 1992
Recorded1991
Genre Dance-pop
Length5:08("Those Simple Things")
3:38 ("Daydream")
Label Tug
Songwriter(s) Richard Fairbrass, Fred Fairbrass, Rob Manzoli
Producer(s) Tommy D ("Those Simple Things")
Walter Turbitt ("Daydream")
Right Said Fred singles chronology
"Deeply Dippy"
(1992)
"Those Simple Things" / "Daydream"
(1992)
"Stick It Out"
(1993)

"Those Simple Things" and "Daydream" (sometimes subtitled "What a Day for a") are songs by English pop group Right Said Fred, released as a double a-side single, and the fourth and final single from their album Up .

Contents

"Daydream" is a cover version of the song of the same name by The Lovin' Spoonful.

Track listings

United Kingdom CD (CD SNOG 4)
  1. "Those Simple Things" (7" edit) – 3:28
  2. "Daydream" – 3:41
  3. "Those Simple Things" (12" mix) – 6:19
  4. "I'm Too Sexy (Trexmix)" – 5:26
United Kingdom 12" (12 SNOG 4)
  1. "Those Simple Things" (12" version)
  2. "Daydream"
  3. "Those Simple Things" (7" edit)
  4. "I'm Too Sexy (Trexmix)"
United Kingdom 7" (SNOG 4)
  1. "Those Simple Things"
  2. "Daydream"

Chart history

Chart (1992)Peak
position
Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40) [1] 29
Belgium (Ultratop 50 Flanders) [2] 27
Germany (Official German Charts) [3] 48
Ireland (IRMA) [4] 21
Netherlands (Dutch Top 40) [5] 20
Switzerland (Schweizer Hitparade) [6] 18
UK Singles (OCC) [7] 29

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