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Never Say Die (Jon Bon Jovi song)

"Never Say Die"
Single by Jon Bon Jovi
from the album Blaze of Glory
A-side Never Say Die
B-side Justice In The Barrel
Released January 1991 (January 1991)
Genre Hard rock
Writer(s) Jon Bon Jovi
Jon Bon Jovi singles chronology
"Miracle"
(1990)
"Never Say Die"
(1991)
"Midnight in Chelsea"
(1997)

"Never Say Die" is the third solo single by American rock singer Jon Bon Jovi. It was released in 1991 from his debut album Blaze of Glory, the soundtrack album from the film Young Guns II. In Australia it became Jon Bon Jovi's third solo single to chart when it entered the charts on April 7, 1991 and peaked at number 60 during a four-week run.

Charts

Chart (1991) Position
Australian Singles Chart 60
Canadian RPM Single Charts 86[1]
Polish Single Charts 17[2]

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