Song written by Ricki and Kim Wilde. Second track of the album Love is. Released as a single in July (Europe) and September (UK). Kim wrote the lyrics of this song, apparently in part about herself.
The single was released on 7" single, cassette single and two cd-singles. In Europe, it was also released on 12" single.
See also this page in the discography.
'Who do you think you are' was performed live during the German tour in December 1992.
Kim about 'Who do you think you are?'
That was one of the early songs that my brother and I came up with, and our confidence was quite low at the start of this album, we were throwing loads of ideas away and this was one that was just about to get put in the bin. So I had this inspired idea for the lyric just at the last moment really and things just came together very quickly. I wrote the lyrics in a few hours and we recorded it very quickly. It's quite an angry little song, kind of encapsulates how I feel a lot about fame and how people handle it or don't, and it's not all together about one person or even a lot of people or it doesn't even not include myself so it's a sort of disenchanted view at fame. (1)
Drums: Geoff Dugmore
Keyboards and programming, guitar, bass: Ricky Wilde
Backing vocals: Kim Wilde
Produced by Ricky Wilde
Engineered by James Richards and Stephen Streater
Mixed by Ricky Wilde and Tony Swain
Highest chart positions
United Kingdom: 49 (3 weeks)
(1) Kim Wilde talks about her new album "Love is", Promo CD (UK), 1992