Global Charts
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Global Single Chart
30 years ago
the most popular tracks worldwide
according to the national single charts
dated to June 6, 1992
compiled and provided by

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1 / 2
week 7
Jump - Kris Kross
Columbia - 3 weeks at No.1
2 / 4
week 5
Under The Bridge - Red Hot Chili Peppers
Warner Bros.
4 / 5
week 4
My Lovin' (You're Never Gonna Get It) - En Vogue
Atco / Atlantic
5 / 6
week 4
In The Closet - Michael Jackson
Epic
3 / 3
week 14
To Be With You - Mr.Big
Atlantic
6 / 1
week 3
Kimi Ga Irudakede - Kome Kome Club
Sony Music Japan
- / 10
week 2
Everything About You - Ugly Kid Joe
Mercury
8 / -
week 2
Hazard - Richard Marx
Capitol
- / -
week 5
One - U2
Island
7 / 8
week 5
Let's Get Rocked - Def Leppard
Bludgeon Riff. / Mercury
 

The soft-rock ballad "To Be With You" was released on November 25, 1991 as the second single from the band's second studio album Lean Into It (1991). It was written and composed by frontman Eric Martin during his teen years, with guitarist Paul Gilbert contributing to its melodic arrangements later on. The lyrics were inspired by a girl Martin knew when he was younger: "This girl had a lot of boyfriends, who treated her like shit. I wanted to be the knight in shining armor, wanted to be with her. She wasn't having it. It never came to play". "To Be With You" topped the hitlists in the United States, Germany, Canada, Australia, Belgium, the Netherlands, Austria, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark and New Zealand.

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