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Friday, 10 July 2009

Breathe - Don't Tell Me Lies

‘Don't Tell Me Lies’ is the title of the debut single by the group Breathe. It was written by group members David Glasper (lead vocals) and Marcus Lillington (guitar, keyboard). The B-Side was called ‘Monday Morning Blues’. ‘Don’t Tell Me Lies’ was recorded sometime during the mid 1980s, shortly after the formation of the original lineup of the group. Released as a single in the UK in early 1986, the song was a modest success, reaching number 77 on the UK Singles Chart and providing the group with their first national exposure. By 1987, Breathe had secured an album deal, and the result of that was their debut, ‘All That Jazz’. Original pressings of the album did not contain 'Don't Tell Me Lies', but the track was added on subsequent pressings soon after.

Following the international success of other singles from the album 'Hands To Heaven' and 'How Can I Fall'), 'Don't Tell Me Lies' was re-issued as a single in the UK and released as the group's third single in the United States. The song made a bigger impact on the British pop chart this time round, peaking at number 45 in March 1989. The song is more uptempo than the Ballads for which Breathe had become associated.

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Video
7 inch Version
Extended Version
Monday Morning Blues - B-Side


Breathe - Don't Tell Me Lies - Video

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