Come Away with Me (song)

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"Come Away with Me"
Single by Norah Jones
from the album First Sessions/Come Away with Me
Released 2003
Format CD
Recorded Sorcerer Sound,
New York City and Allaire Studios,
Shokan, 2001
Genre Pop, jazz
Length 3:18
Label Blue Note
Writer(s) Norah Jones
Producer(s) Norah Jones
Norah Jones singles chronology
"Feelin' the Same Way"
(2003)
"Come Away with Me"
(2003)
"Don't Know Why" / "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight"
(2004)

"Come Away with Me" is a song written by Norah Jones for her 2002 debut album Come Away with Me. It is also the title track of the album. The song did not chart on the Billboard Hot 100, but it did place number 21 on the US Adult Top 40. It also charted at number two in Canada (being Jones's second and highest chart achievement on the Canadian Singles Chart) and number eighty on the UK Singles Chart.

The song features on the Jennifer Lopez and Ralph Fiennes movie, Maid in Manhattan and the song is featured on the Brazilian soap opera O Beijo do Vampiro.

This song was featured on Youtube's Chanel Watchmojo on the list of "Top Ten Modern Wedding Songs." The song peaked at number four on the list.

A completely different song of the same name was recorded by Guillemots on their 2006 debut album Through the Windowpane, and another by Milburn on their 2007 album These Are the Facts.

Music video[edit]

The music video of the song was directed by James Frost and shows Norah driving a car in a California desert. The video was released in 2003.

Charts[edit]

Chart Peak
position
Canadian Singles Chart 2
Dutch Singles Chart[1] 87
French Singles Chart[1] 97
Spanish Singles Chart[2] 5
U.S. Billboard Adult Top 40 21
UK Singles Chart 80

Other appearances[edit]

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