"No More Lonely Nights" is a song written by Paul McCartney, which was first released in September 1984. It can be heard on the soundtrack, Give My Regards to Broad Street. The single reached #2 and #6 on the UK and US singles charts, respectively.
In a radio interview prior to 1990's Knebworth concerts, David Gilmour said to Jim Ladd about the recording, "'No More Lonely Nights' was the last thing Paul recorded for Goodbye to Broad Street (Ladd who corrected Gilmour by saying Give My Regards to Broad Street was the proper name of the film instead) and he didn't know what he got for the session but told Paul McCartney to give his session fee to a charity of his choice."
Two versions of the single on both 7" & 12" as well as a 12" picture disc were issued in the U.K. The first 7" version featured "No More Lonely Nights" backed with the playout version. The second featured the Arthur Baker Dance Mix as the B-side. Both versions of this single exist with a rarer early pressing with the title misspelled as "No More Lonley Nights."