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"(I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone"
(Boyce–Hart)
I'm Not Your Steppin' Stone

Composers
 

Tommy Boyce
Bobby Hart

Arrangers
 

Tommy Boyce
Bobby Hart

Producers
 

Tommy Boyce
Bobby Hart

Publisher

Screen Gems–Columbia Music, Inc.

Performance rights

BMI
 

Album

More of the Monkees

Single by the Monkees

A-side

"I'm a Believer"

Release date

23 November 1966

Label

Colgems Records

Country

United States

Catalog no.

66-1002

Preceded by
     b/w

"Last Train to Clarksville"
"Take a Giant Step"

Followed by
     b/w

"A Little Bit Me, a Little Bit You"
"The Girl I Knew Somewhere"

"(I'm Not Your) Steppin Stone"
Single by the Monkees

A-side

"Daydream Believer"

Release date

1973

Label

Flashback Records

Country

United States

Catalog no.
 

FLB 72
AFS 9120 (reissue)

Preceded by
     b/w

"Pleasant Valley Sunday"
"I'm a Believer"

Followed by
     b/w

"I Remember the Feeling"
"You and I"

Single by the Monkees

A-side

"Valleri"

Release date

1994

Label

Collectables

Country

United States

Catalog no.

COL 0392

Preceded by
     b/w

"Pleasant Valley Sunday"
"Tapioca Tundra"

Followed by
     b/w

"Valleri (original version)"
"All the King's Horses"

"(I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone" is the Monkees' iconic rock anthem from their second album, More of the Monkees. Written by Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart, the song had previously been released as album cuts on Paul Revere and the Raiders' Midnight Ride album and the Liverpool Five record Arrive. It was the first Monkees B-side to chart, reaching #20 on the Billboard Hot 100.

The song is frequently covered, and went on to be a hit single for punk band The Sex Pistols in 1976 and Liverpool pop group The Farm in 1990.

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