Song / You Think You're A Man
Divine / You Think You're A Man
"You Think You're a Man" is the fifth single from the album The Story So Far by Divine. It was written by Geoff Deane, formerly the lead singer and main songwriter with both the Leyton Buzzards and Modern Romance, and his sometime songwriting partner Keith Miller. Geoff Deane later went on to write the cross dressing-themed movie Kinky Boots.
The song was later covered by The Vaselines in 1987 and appeared on the EP Son of a Gun.
"You Think You're a Man" was the first single produced by Stock/Aitken/Waterman to reach the UK Top 75 chart, peaking at number 16 in August 1984 and number 14 on the Irish Singles Chart.
It spent nine weeks on the German Singles Chart, peaking at number 32 in September 1984. It was Divine's third Top 40 single on the chart.
The single was most successful in Australia, where it reached number 8 in October 1984 (for two weeks) and remained on the Kent Music Report Top 100 chart for 18 weeks. It also became Divine's first single to chart on the New Zealand Singles Chart. It debuted and peaked at number 27 in March 1985, and spent four weeks on the chart.