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|"Best for Last"|
| Song by Adele|
from the album 19
|19 track listing|
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"Best for Last" is a song from Adele's debut album 19. It was written solely by Adele. The song is the second track on the album, preceded by "Daydreamer" and followed by "Chasing Pavements." It was released as the B-side to "Hometown Glory" in 2007.
Background and composition Edit
"Best for Last" was written in the key of D Major.
"Best for Last" was one of the first songs released from 19 and served as the B-side to the original release of "Hometown Glory." When "Hometown Glory" was re-released, however, the B-SIde was changed from "Best for Last" to "Fool That I Am," an Etta James cover not included on any edition of 19.
Adele played the bass guitar on the album version of "Best for Last." Her friend and collaborator Jack Peñate provides backing vocals on the track.
- Adele – songwriting, vocals, bass
- Jim Abbiss – producer, mixer
- Ferg Peterkin – mixing assistant
- Richard Wilkinson – recording, mixer
- Helen Atkinson, Serge Krebs – recording assistants
- Jack Peñate – backing vocals
- The Life Gospel Choir – backing vocals