Sorry Suzanne

"Sorry Suzanne" is a 1969 single by The Hollies, co-written by Geoff Stephens and Tony Macaulay. It was the group's first song to feature Terry Sylvester in the place of Graham Nash. "Sorry Suzanne" was released with the B-side "Not That Way at All" on the Parlophone label, catalog number R5765. The song reached #3 on the UK singles chart in March 1969, and reached #1 in Switzerland on 22 April 1969.

"Sorry Suzanne"
Single by The Hollies
B-side"Not That Way at All"
Released28 February 1969
Recorded27 & 28 January 1969
Abbey Road Studios[1]
LabelUK: Parlophone R5765
US: Epic 5-10454
Songwriter(s)Geoff Stephens
Tony Macaulay
Producer(s)Ron Richards
The Hollies singles chronology
"Listen to Me"
"Sorry Suzanne"
"He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother"

Chart history

Cover versions

The Glass Bottle covered "Sorry Suzanne" in 1979.


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