"Follow Me" was released as a first single from Amanda's second album, Sweet Revenge. It was written by Amanda Lear and Anthony Monn, her long-time producer.
The B-side of the single was "Mother Look What They've Done to Me" in most of the countries and "Run Baby Run" in Spain. Spanish version of the single had a subtitle "Sigueme".
This performance is from Dutch TV show TopPop.
Chart performance: Austria #6 Belgium #4 Germany #3 Italy #9 Netherlands #3 South Africa #3 Switzerland #7
Amanda Lear (originally Tapp, born November 18, 1939 or 1946, in British Hong Kong) is a French singer, lyricist, composer, painter, TV presenter, actress and novelist.
Lear began her career as a fashion model in the mid-1960s and was also the muse of Spanish surrealist painter Salvador Dalí. She first came to the public attention as the model on the cover of Roxy Music's album For Your Pleasure in 1973. She was a multimillion selling Disco Queen in the mid-1970s to the early 1980s mainly in Continental Europe and Scandinavia with hits such as "Queen of Chinatown", "Follow Me", "Enigma (Give a Bit of Mmh to Me)" and "Fashion Pack". Lear has sold 15 million albums and over 25 million singles worldwide.
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