"Near Wild Heaven" was the third single released from R.E.M.'s seventh studio album Out of Time in 1991. The song was the first single released by the band to have had its lyrics both co-written and sung by bassist Mike Mills. According to a quotation from Peter Buck in R.E.M. Inside Out: The Stories Behind Every Song by Craig Rosen, the lyrics are a collaboration between Mills and lead singer Michael Stipe. It managed to peak at No. 27 on the UK Singles Chart but the single was not released in the United States. The song is considered to be a tribute to 1960s-pop sunniness.

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  • "Near Wild Heaven" was the third single released from R.E.M.'s seventh studio album Out of Time in 1991. The song was the first single released by the band to have had its lyrics both co-written and sung by bassist Mike Mills. According to a quotation from Peter Buck in R.E.M. Inside Out: The Stories Behind Every Song by Craig Rosen, the lyrics are a collaboration between Mills and lead singer Michael Stipe. It managed to peak at No. 27 on the UK Singles Chart but the single was not released in the United States. Mike Mills had previously written the lyrics to the single "(Don't Go Back To) Rockville" and he had sung the cover song "Superman", but he had not previously sung his own work on a released recording. The song is considered to be a tribute to 1960s-pop sunniness. (en)
  • Near Wild Heaven è una canzone degli R.E.M. apparsa nel loro album del 1991 Out of Time, pubblicata come terzo singolo estratto. È il primo singolo del gruppo ad essere stato co-scritto e cantato da Mike Mills, bassista dei R.E.M. In precedenza Mills aveva partecipato solo alla stesura del brano (Don't Go Back To) Rockville. (it)
  • "Near Wild Heaven" é o terceiro single feito para o sétimo álbum de estúdio da banda R.E.M. É o primeiro single da banda a ter como vocalista o baixista Mike Mills. Ficou em 27º lugar nas paradas do Reino Unido, mas o single não chegou a ser lançado nos Estados Unidos. (pt)
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  • Near Wild Heaven è una canzone degli R.E.M. apparsa nel loro album del 1991 Out of Time, pubblicata come terzo singolo estratto. È il primo singolo del gruppo ad essere stato co-scritto e cantato da Mike Mills, bassista dei R.E.M. In precedenza Mills aveva partecipato solo alla stesura del brano (Don't Go Back To) Rockville. (it)
  • "Near Wild Heaven" é o terceiro single feito para o sétimo álbum de estúdio da banda R.E.M. É o primeiro single da banda a ter como vocalista o baixista Mike Mills. Ficou em 27º lugar nas paradas do Reino Unido, mas o single não chegou a ser lançado nos Estados Unidos. (pt)
  • "Near Wild Heaven" was the third single released from R.E.M.'s seventh studio album Out of Time in 1991. The song was the first single released by the band to have had its lyrics both co-written and sung by bassist Mike Mills. According to a quotation from Peter Buck in R.E.M. Inside Out: The Stories Behind Every Song by Craig Rosen, the lyrics are a collaboration between Mills and lead singer Michael Stipe. It managed to peak at No. 27 on the UK Singles Chart but the single was not released in the United States. The song is considered to be a tribute to 1960s-pop sunniness. (en)
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