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The Hardest Part Is the Night

"The Hardest Part Is the Night"
B-side "Always Run to You"
Released August 21, 1985
Format 12"
Recorded The Warehouse, Philadelphia
Genre Glam metal, hard rock
Length 4:25
Label Polygram Records
Writer(s) Jon Bon Jovi
David Bryan
Richie Sambora
Producer Lance Quinn
Bon Jovi singles chronology

"In and Out of Love"
"The Hardest Part Is the Night"
"Silent Night"

"The Hardest Part Is the Night" is a single from American rock band Bon Jovi. It is taken from their second album, 7800° Fahrenheit. It is notable for being the first Bon Jovi single to be released in the UK, where it charted at #68.[1] It was the only single from the album not to chart in the U.S.

None of the singles from 7800° Fahrenheit were performed live by Bon Jovi for more than 20 years because the band felt that the album did not match the standard of their later releases. In 2010, the band reversed themselves again, announcing that this song and others taken from the first two albums will be performed on The Circle Tour.

Among Bon Jovi's early songs, "The Hardest Part is the Night" is the one that expresses most clearly Jon Bon Jovi's concerns with working class issues and the struggles of the underdog, a theme that would later bring success to the band with Livin' on a Prayer. The song makes vague references to a young man battling against the odds to succeed in life, though he knows that he is ultimately "going down".


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