|"Who Said I Would"|
|Single by Phil Collins|
|from the album No Jacket Required and Serious Hits... Live!|
|B-side||"Doesn't Anybody Stay Together Anymore?" (live)|
|Phil Collins singles chronology|
"Who Said I Would" is a song performed by Phil Collins that was originally recorded for his 1985 album No Jacket Required but was released in 1991 as a single from his live album Serious Hits... Live! in the United States.
Collins originally wrote and recorded the song for the album, No Jacket Required . The live version was released as the sole single from the Serious Hits... Live! album in the United States, reaching number 73 on the Billboard Hot 100.
The original version was later remixed into the 12"ers album.
A music video of the original version was filmed, for the No Jacket Required home video. It featured Collins playing the song in a concert.The single version also had a music video, of Collins playing the song during his ... But Seriously tour.
The song is played before each home game of Paris Saint-Germain.
|Canadian Singles Chart||34|
|U.S. Billboard Hot 100||73|
No Jacket Required is the third solo studio album by English drummer and singer-songwriter Phil Collins. It was originally released on 18 February 1985 on Virgin, Atlantic, and WEA. It features guest backing vocalists, including Helen Terry, Peter Gabriel and Sting. Some of the songs, like "Don't Lose My Number" and "Sussudio", were based around improvisation. Other songs, like "Long Long Way to Go", had a political message. "One More Night", "Sussudio", "Don't Lose My Number" and "Take Me Home" were released as singles, with corresponding music videos. All four singles were top-ten hits on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, with "Sussudio" and "One More Night" reaching number one. The three singles that were released in the UK all reached the top 20 on the UK charts. Many of the songs, including "Take Me Home" and "Long Long Way to Go", have been featured in episodes of Miami Vice and Cold Case, and "The Man with the Horn" was re-written and re-recorded for the episode "Phil the Shill". "We Said Hello Goodbye" was remixed for the film Playing for Keeps.
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