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"Could You Be The One?" is a song by Hüsker Dü from their double album Warehouse: Songs and Stories. The song was released as a single and an EP, both in the United Kingdom.

Allmusic said the song is "Hüsker Dü at its melodic best ... the last real gasp from a band that was about to hit the wall."[1]

A video was filmed for the song, and it was the band's only video that had them performing on a soundstage as opposed to featuring live clips of them playing.

"Could You Be The One?" was performed with "She's A Woman (And Now He Is A Man)" during the band's appearance on The Late Show with Joan Rivers. The song was also performed on the Today Show while the show was taping from MinneapolisMinnesota.

The song was written by Bob Mould. A live version of the B-side, "Everytime" (written by Greg Norton) appears on the live album The Living End (Hüsker Dü album).

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 [hide*1 Single tracklisting

Single tracklisting[edit]Edit

Side One

  1. "Could You Be The One?" (Mould)

Side Two

  1. "Everytime" (Norton)[1]

EP tracklisting[edit]Edit

Side One

  1. "Could You Be The One?"

Side Two

  1. "Everytime"
  2. "Charity, Chastity, Prudence, And Hope" (Hart)[2]
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