|"No, No, No"|
|Single by Yoko Ono|
|from the album Season of Glass|
|B-side||"Will You Touch Me"|
|Studio||The Hit Factory, New York City|
|Producer(s)||Yoko Ono, Phil Spector|
|Yoko Ono singles chronology|
"No, No, No" is a song by Yoko Ono from her 1981 album Season of Glass. The song is one of the most dramatic tracks on the album to address her husband John Lennon's murder. The song begins with the sound of four gunshots (Lennon was shot in the back four times) and Ono screaming. The single version was longer than the album version and included a spoken word section of Sean Ono-Lennon recalling a story his father told him which was previously included on the album track "Even When You're Far Away". The B-side was "Will You Touch Me". The 12" version also contained "I Don't Know Why" and "She Gets Down on Her Knees".
In January 2008 the song reached No. 1 on the United States Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart. The artist credit was listed as simply "Ono" making the artist-title combination a palindrome ("onononono").
A digital single of new house remixes was released by Ono through Twisted Records and made available exclusively on Beatport from June 1, 2008.
All songs were written by Ono.