Should’ve Never Let You Go Dara Sedaka (Elektra/Polydor, 1980)
Should’ve Never Let You Go appeared on American pop singer Neil Sedaka’s 1980 album In the Pocket. It was his third American album for Elektra Records. Elsewhere, it was released via Polydor. The debut single for the album, Letting Go did not hit the Hot 100. In the Pocket was Sedaka’s best known Elektra album because of the second single, Should’ve Never Let You Go. It peaked at #19 on the Hot 100 and #4 on the American Adult Contemporary chart. It is a remake of his 1978 song, Should’ve Never Let Her Go from his album, All You Need is the Music. Her Go was a solo song. You Go was a duet — with Dara, his daughter. Should’ve Never Let You Go was (both) Sedakas’ final Hot 100 appearance.