No More Rhyme

No More Rhyme
"No More Rhyme (Debbie Gibson)"
Single by Deborah Gibson
from the album Electric Youth
A-side "No More Rhyme" (4:17)
B-side "Over the Wall" (Dub/4:24)
Released 1989
Format 7", Cassette (except Japan)
CD3 (Japan)
Genre Pop
Length 4:13
Label Atlantic
Writer(s) Deborah Gibson
Producer Fred Zarr
Deborah Gibson singles chronology
"Electric Youth"
(1988)
"No More Rhyme"
(1989)
"We Could Be Together"
(1989)

"No More Rhyme" (Atlantic 88885; Atlantic Japan 09P3-6165) is the eighth single from American singer-songwriter-actress Deborah Gibson, and the third from her second album Electric Youth (LP 81932). Produced and arranged by Fred Zarr for BiZarr Music, Inc., with Douglas Breitbart as executive producer, this single, also released in Canada, Australia and Japan, reached number seventeen on the Billboard Hot 100 and number thirteen on the adult contemporary chart. It was her third ballad to be released as a single (following "Foolish Beat" and "Lost in Your Eyes").

The music video features actress Danica McKellar playing a cello. On the original recording, the cello soloist was Bob Osman.



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