"Cherry Lips", also known as "Cherry Lips (Go Baby Go!)" is a 2001 song written, recorded and produced by alternative rock group Garbage for their third studio album, Beautiful Garbage. It was released the following year by Mushroom Records as the album's second international single, with the exception of North America, where Interscope issued "Breaking Up the Girl" in its place. A percentage of the royalties generated from the sales of "Cherry Lips" was donated to the International Red Cross.
"Cherry Lips" was a massive hit in Australia, where the single peaked at #1 on their Alternative chart, #2 on the Airplay chart, #3 on the Club chart and at #7 on the overall ARIA Singles chart. The single spent five non-consecutive weeks in the top ten, and was certified Gold by the Australian Recording Industry Association. "Cherry Lips" also peaked at #8 in Italy, where it had been the sound of a prominent winter marketing campaign for Breil Stones.
In 2007, "Cherry Lips" was remastered and included on Garbage's greatest hits album Absolute Garbage.
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