Song written by Ricky and Marty Wilde. Eighth track of the album Kim Wilde.
Marty about 'You'll never be so wrong'
After Chequered love had been accepted by Mickie he said: "Right, we need a B-side, you'd better go and write one." We then wrote "You'll never be so wrong" and it came in about an hour and a half, so we recorded it and it turned out pretty good. We took the track to Mickie and after he'd listened to it a couple of times he said it was too good to be a B-side and would like to have a crack at it with Hot Chocolate. He did a fabulous jobn with the song and Errol sang it beautifully. We also thought that Kim did a pretty nifty job on the old vocals. We thought it was the best track she'd ever sung. (1)
Marty Wilde: This song remains one of my clearest and most vivid songwriting memories. As I wrote the lyrics, I seemed to picture the entire scenario in my head - just as if I had been watching a film. The location I saw as France, and I can still visualise the startled look on the waiter's face as the tearful girl rushed past him out of the cafe and back to her small flat. The song was - and still is - one of my favourites. I hope you like it too. (2)
(1) Kim Wilde Fanclub Introductory Magazine
(2) "Solid Gold" CD booklet