Girl You Know It’s True is a 1989 album that was the U.S. debut of pop group Milli Vanilli.

In 1989, the majority of songs from Milli Vanilli’s Europe-only release All or Nothing were repackaged and retitled Girl You Know It’s True. Following the scandal that revealed that Rob Pilatus and Fab Morvan did not sing on their album exposed by Los Angeles Times journalist Chuck PhilipsArista Records dropped the act from its roster and deleted their album and its masters from their catalog, making it one of the largest-selling albums to ever be taken out of print. Following the series of stories by L.A. Times journalist Chuck Philips, the Academy revoked their Grammy. This was the first time a Grammy was ever rescinded.

The track order on the U.S. release is out of sequence with the listing printed on its cover art, and several tracks are listed with the wrong time. A few of the writers’ credits are inconsistent with what is listed in external sources. The decision to replace some of the tracks for the U.S. release was made by Arista Records president Clive Davis.