Come Go with Me (Exposé song)

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"Come Go with Me"
Single by Exposé
from the album Exposure
B-side "December"
Released January 1987
Format 7", 12", cassingle
Genre Freestyle, pop
Length 4:15 (album version)
3:29 (single version)
Label Arista
Writer(s) Lewis Martineé
Producer(s) Lewis Martineé
Exposé singles chronology
"Exposed to Love"
(1985)
"Come Go with Me"
(1987)
"Point of No Return"
(re-release)
(1987)

"Come Go with Me" is a single by the freestyle girl group Exposé. The song was written by producer and group founder Lewis Martineé and appears on their 1987 debut album, Exposure. Jeanette Jurado sings the lead vocal on "Come Go with Me", with Gioia Bruno and Ann Curless singing backup.

In 1985, Exposé had two dance club hits, "Point of No Return" and "Exposed to Love". Between 1985 and 1986, the three original members of Exposé left the group and were replaced by Jeanette Jurado, Ann Curless and Gioia Bruno. These new members re-recorded vocals on "Point of No Return", and both songs were included on the album. Although "Come Go with Me" was the first single released from Exposure, the other two songs were familiar to fans of the group and its music.

Reception[edit]

"Come Go with Me" became the group's first single to reach the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It peaked at #5 in April 1987 and remained in the Top 40 for 12 weeks.[1] On the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart, the song spent two weeks at the summit in January of that year, becoming their second song to achieve this feat (following "Point of No Return").[2] The 12" single also reached #2 on the Billboard Hot Dance Singles Sales chart.

Track listings[edit]

7" single
No. Title Length
1. "Come Go with Me"    
2. "December"   4:00
12" single
No. Title Length
1. "Come Go with Me" (Extended Mix)  
2. "Dub Come with Me"   7:00
3. "Come Go with Me" (Radio Mix)  
UK 12" single
No. Title Length
1. "Come Go with Me" (Extended Mix)  
2. "December"   4:00
3. "Dub Come with Me"    
4. "Come Go with Me" (Radio Mix)  

Charts[edit]

Chart (1986/1987) Peak
position
Canada (RPM Top 100 Singles[3] 19
US Billboard Hot 100[4] 5
US Hot Dance Club Play[4] 1
US Hot Dance Singles Sales[4] 2
US Hot Black Singles[4] 14

Year-end charts[edit]

Chart (1987) Position
US Billboard Hot 100[5] 62

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Preceded by
"Someone like You" by Sylvester
Billboard Hot Dance Club Play number-one single
January 24 – February 6, 1987
Succeeded by
"C'est la Vie" by Robbie Nevil