Do You Miss Me?

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"Do You Miss Me?"
Single by Jocelyn Enriquez
from the album Jocelyn
Released 1996
Format 12" single
CD
Genre Dance-pop, freestyle
Length 4:08 (album version)
Label Tommy Boy
Writer(s) Glenn Gutierrez
Producer(s) Glenn Gutierrez
Jocelyn Enriquez singles chronology
"Only"
(1995)
"Do You Miss Me?"
(1996)
"A Little Bit of Ecstasy"
(1997)
Alternative cover
The Remixes Edition

"Do You Miss Me?" is a song written by Glenn Gutierrez, performed by Jocelyn Enriquez, released in 1996 on Tommy Boy Records. "Do You Miss Me?" came about when her actual lover abruptly ended their relationship. The song became the lead single from her second album, Jocelyn released in 1997. The song made a sharp impression on the public, becoming her biggest hit thus far. "Do You Miss Me?" peaked at #17 on the Rhythmic Top 40, #14 on the Top 40 Mainstream chart, #8 on the Hot Dance Singles Sales chart, #49 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #12 on the Canadian Singles Chart. In 2001, a fast-paced rock cover version of the song was released by Lucky Boys Confusion.

Track listing[edit]

EP Edition

No. Title Length
1. "Do You Miss Me?" (Radio Mix) 4:08
2. "Do You Miss Me?" (Energybox Mix) 3:38
3. "Do You Miss Me?" (Dreamhouse Radio) 3:40
4. "Do You Miss Me?" (Freefloor Edit) 3:38
5. "Do You Miss Me?" (3Mix Radio) 3:33
6. "Delerium"   4:43
7. "Delerium" (Dreamhouse Mix) 6:04
8. "Delerium" (Freefloor Mix) 5:12
9. "Hookapella"   0:29
10. "Freefloor Bonus Beats"   3:16

The Remixes Edition

No. Title Length
1. "Do You Miss Me?" (Radio Mix) 3:50
2. "Do You Miss Me?" (Energybox Mix) 3:36
3. "Do You Miss Me?" (Dreamhouse Mix) 6:04
4. "Do You Miss Me?" (Freefloor Mix) 5:12
5. "Do You Miss Me?" (Freestyle Mix) 4:59
6. "Do You Miss Me?" (Marianna Mix) 5:43
7. "Do You Miss Me?" (Acappella) 1:57
8. "Do You Miss Me?" (Freefloor Bonus Beats) 1:46
9. "Mr. Bolisario"   0:03

Charts[edit]

Chart (1996–1997) Peak
Position
Canadian Singles Chart 12
U.S. Billboard Hot 100 49
U.S. Hot Dance Music/Maxi-Singles Sales 8
U.S. Rhythmic Top 40 17
U.S. Top 40 Mainstream 38

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