You May Be Right (song)

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"You May Be Right" is a single written and performed by rock singer Billy Joel from his 1980 album Glass Houses.wikipedia
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"You May Be Right" is a single written and performed by rock singer Billy Joel from his 1980 album Glass Houses.
Joel released his seventh studio album, Glass Houses, in 1980 in an attempt to further establish himself as a rock and roll artist; this release featured "It's Still Rock and Roll to Me" (Joel's first single to top the Billboard Hot 100 chart), "You May Be Right", "Don't Ask Me Why", and "Sometimes a Fantasy".

Glass Houses (album)

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"You May Be Right" is a single written and performed by rock singer Billy Joel from his 1980 album Glass Houses.

Live at Shea Stadium: The Concert

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"You May Be Right" can also be found on disc 2 of Billy Joel's Greatest Hits - Volumes I and II and Live at Shea Stadium: The Concert albums.

All for Leyna

It failed to chart, however, in the UK unlike his preceding and succeeding singles "All for Leyna" (UK #40) and "It's Still Rock and Roll to Me" (UK #14).

It's Still Rock and Roll to Me

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It failed to chart, however, in the UK unlike his preceding and succeeding singles "All for Leyna" (UK #40) and "It's Still Rock and Roll to Me" (UK #14).

Dave's World

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The song was used as the theme song for the television show Dave's World, as sung by Southside Johnny.
The show's theme song was a version of Billy Joel's "You May Be Right" sung by Southside Johnny; however, it is not used in the DVD releases (see below).

Southside Johnny

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The song was used as the theme song for the television show Dave's World, as sung by Southside Johnny.
Southside Johnny performed the theme song for the 1990s television sitcom Dave's World, a cover of Billy Joel's "You May Be Right."

Chipmunk Punk

The song has also been covered by AVAIL, Keith Urban, The Vindictives, the New Directions glee club on Glee, the folk-punk band AJJ, the Rock Bottom Remainders and by Alvin and the Chipmunks on their 1980 album Chipmunk Punk.
In addition to "Call Me," the album featured covers of songs by The Knack ("My Sharona," "Good Girls Don't," "Frustrated"), The Cars ("Let's Go"), Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers ("Refugee"), Billy Joel ("You May Be Right"), Queen ("Crazy Little Thing Called Love"), and Linda Ronstadt ("How Do I Make You").

Rock Bottom Remainders

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The song has also been covered by AVAIL, Keith Urban, The Vindictives, the New Directions glee club on Glee, the folk-punk band AJJ, the Rock Bottom Remainders and by Alvin and the Chipmunks on their 1980 album Chipmunk Punk.

Greatest Hits (Billy Joel albums)

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"You May Be Right" can also be found on disc 2 of Billy Joel's Greatest Hits - Volumes I and II and Live at Shea Stadium: The Concert albums.