"Be Good Johnny" never became a single, to the best of my knowledge. I remember my local FM top 40 playing it in early '83 right after "Down Under" had run its course, so I was thinking, "hmmm, next single." But instead, the "Men" went on to the Cargo
album and released "Overkill" as the first single from that second album. So needless to say, my local FM almost immediately dropped "Be Good Johnny" like a hot potato, and never touched it again!
I think the Men missed a potential third hit from Business As Usual
by skipping over "Be Good Johnny" and going on to "Overkill."