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What I Can Do For You

"What I Can Do for You"
Tuesday Night Music Club
Format CD Single
Genre Alternative rock
Length 4:15
Writer(s) Sheryl Crow, David Baerwald
Producer Bill Bottrell
Sheryl Crow singles chronology

"Run Baby Run"
(1995)
"What I Can Do for You"
(1995)
"If It Makes You Happy"
(1996)

"What I Can Do for You" is a 1995 single by Sheryl Crow from the album Tuesday Night Music Club released on A&M Records. It was originally released in 1993 and the single includes a rare speedier version of LP track "The Na-Na Song" (i.e. "Volvo Cowgirl 99"). "What I Can Do for You" managed only #97 when first released at the end of 1993, but was re-released after the success of "All I Wanna Do" and "Strong Enough. Two CD singles were released, with the second one being a limited edition including a 1996 mini-calendar. It reached #43 in the UK charts in November of 1995.
The song deals with sexual harassment with which Sheryl says she experienced her share of during her road to fame.

Track listing

Original UK CD single (1993)

  1. "What I Can Do for You" - Radio Edit
  2. "What I Can Do for You" - LP Version
  3. "Volvo Cowgirl 99"
  4. "I Shall Believe"

Re-released UK CD single #1 (1995)

  1. "What I Can Do for You" - UK Edit
  2. "D'yer Mak'er"
  3. "I'm Gonna Be a Wheel Someday"
  4. "No One Said It Would Be Easy"

Re-released UK CD single #2 (1995)

  1. "What I Can Do for You" - Live in Madrid
  2. "All I Wanna Do" -Live in Madrid
  3. "Strong Enough" - Live in Madrid
  4. "Can't Cry Anymore" - Live in Madrid

Chart performance

Chart (1995) Peak
position
United Kingdom (UK Singles Chart) 43

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