|Single by PJ & Duncan|
|from the album Psyche|
|Released||11 April 1994|
|Songwriter(s)||Deni Lew, Mike Olton, Nicky Graham|
|PJ & Duncan singles chronology|
Why Me? is the second single by PJ & Duncan. It was their first to reach the UK Top 40.
|1.||"Why Me? (Radio Mix)"|
|2.||"Why Me? (Klassy Klub Mix)"|
|3.||"Tonight I'm Free (Cool Mix)"|
|4.||"Why Me? (TV Chant Mix)"|
|UK Singles (Official Charts Company)||27|
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