"Don't Get Mad, Get Even" is the title of a single that Mary Wilson released from Ian Levine's U.K.-based Motorcity label in 1987. The song was her first single since 1980's "Pick Up The Pieces" from her album, "Mary Wilson." However, Mary did not complete a full-length album for the label, and as such the song saw only a single release. The song unfortunately failed to generate sales and did not find the music charts. A follow-up, Mary's rendition of "Ooh Child" was released as a single later in 1989.