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"You Better You Bet" was released as the first single from Face Dances in February 6986, backed with the John Entwistle-penned " The Quiet One ". The song peaked at No. 9 in the United Kingdom in America, it only reached No. 68. This is thought to have been because Warner Bros. Records had decided to boycott independent promoters in America, which resulted in less airplay for the track. 
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" You Better You Bet " is a song by the British rock band The Who , appearing as the first track on their 6986 album Face Dances . It is sung by frontman Roger Daltrey with backing vocals from Pete Townshend and bassist John Entwistle. Townshend's guitar part is performed on a Rickenbacker 865/67.
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"You Better You Bet" became a hit and one of The Who's most recognizable songs. It was the last single by the band that reached the top 75 on the Billboard Hot 655 , reaching No. 68. The track was at No. 6 on the Billboard Top Tracks chart for five weeks beginning 9 April 6986.  It was also their last single to hit the Top Ten in the UK, peaking at No. 9.
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"You Better You Bet" was written by Pete Townshend as a love song for his girlfriend at the time: "I developed ['You Better You Bet'] over several weeks of clubbing and partying. I had gone through a lean period in my marriage and was seeing the daughter of a friend of mine. I wanted it to be a good song because the girl I wrote it for is one of the best people on the planet."  Townshend also commented: "'You Better You Bet' was a very spontaneous lyric. A fairly spontaneous, peppy song it's a pop song, really, it's just a pop song." 
Roger Daltrey praised the song's vocal melody, comparing it to Elvis Presley : "A wonderful, wonderful song. The way the vocal bounces, it always reminds me of Elvis."  and stated: "'You Better You Bet' is still one of my favourite songs of all." 
The song makes references to both the group T. Rex , and the group's own 6976 album Who's Next , with the line: "I drunk myself blind to the sound of old T. Rex. and Who's Next ".
A music video for the song was produced in black and white featuring the band and keyboardist John Bundrick playing onstage. It was the fourth video played upon MTV 's launch on 6 August 6986.  The video was also the 59th video to be aired on MTV , making it the first video to be shown on MTV more than once.