Without You (Debbie Gibson song)


Without You (Debbie Gibson song)

Infobox Single
'| Name = Without You


Artist = Debbie Gibson
from Album =
B-side = "Without You (Instrumental)"
Released = November 1, 1990
Format =
Recorded =
Genre = Pop
Length =
Label = Atlantic/Warner Pioneer
Writer = Deborah Gibson, Tatsuro Yamashita
Producer = S. Andrew Zulla
Certification =
Chart position =
Last single = We Could Be Together
(1990)
This single = Without You
(1990)
Next single = Anything Is Possible
(1990)
Infobox Single
Name = Sayonara Natsu no Hi


Artist = Tatsuro Yamashita
from Album = Artisan
B-side = "Morning Shine"
Released = May 10, 1991
Format = CD Single
Recorded =
Genre = Adult Contemporary
Length =
Label = MMG/Moon Records
Writer = Tatsuro Yamashita
Producer = Tatsuro Yamashita
Certification = Platinum (RIAJ)
Chart position =
Last single = "Endless Game"
(1990)
This single = "Sayonara Natsu no Hi"
(1991)
Next single = "Turner no Kikansha"
(1991)

"Without You" is a song by Debbie Gibson released as a single exclusively in Japan in 1990. Gibson wrote the lyrics herself, with music written by a Japanese singer-songwriter Tatsuro Yamashita. Production credits were given to S. Andrew Zulla.

In the following year, a co-writer covered the song in alternative lyrics in Japanese written by him, under the title nihongo|"Sayonara Natsu no Hi|さよなら夏の日|". Yamashita's interpretation was released as a lead-off single from his "Artisan" album, and gained more commercial success than original recording.

Gibson's version was featured on the Japanese television drama "Otoko ni Tsuite (About Men)", aired on TBS in 1990. Cover version by Yamashita has also been used in several TV advertisings of multiple companies, including KFC and The Dai-ichi Mutual Life Insurance Company. [ [http://www.yutopia.or.jp/~oouchi/ty/tieup.html 山下家タイアップ一覧] ]

Chart positions and certifications

Debbie Gibson version

Tatsuro Yamashita version

References


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