It's the Way You Make Me Feel

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"It's the Way You Make Me Feel"
Single by Steps
from the album Buzz
B-side "Too Busy Thinking About My Baby"
Released January 1, 2001
(UK)
2001
(Netherlands)
Format Single
Recorded 2000
Genre Pop
Length 3:17
Label Jive
Writer(s) Jörgen Elofsson
Producer(s) David Kreuger, Jörgen Elofsson
Steps singles chronology
"Stomp"
(2000)
"It's the Way You Make Me Feel"
(2001)
"Here and Now / You'll Be Sorry"
(2001)
Alternative cover
EU cover

"It's The Way You Make Me Feel" is a song by Steps, released as their twelfth single. It is the second track to be released from their third album Buzz. It is their first single to be a non PWL production. This was the first song the band performed following their official reformation in October 2011.

The single's b-side, a cover of Marvin Gaye's "Too Busy Thinking About My Baby", was taken from the Motown Mania compilation.

Music video[edit]

The music video for the song featured the band members and supporting actors/dancers reenacting scenes from the movie Dangerous Liaisons. Band members H and Lee took turns playing Valmont, while Claire, Faye and Lisa took interchanging turns as the characters of Merteuil, Tourvel and Cécile.

Track listings[edit]

CD[edit]

  1. It's the Way You Make Me Feel - 3:17
  2. Too Busy Thinking About My Baby - 2:49
  3. In It For Love - 3:23

Europe CD-Maxi[edit]

  1. It's The Way You Make Me Feel 3:17
  2. It's The Way You Make Me Feel (Sleeze Sisters 12" Anthem Mix) 7:17
  3. It's The Way You Make Me Feel (Sleeze Sisters Anthem Edit) 3:25
  4. In It For Love 3:27

Cassette[edit]

  1. It's the Way You Make Me Feel - 3:17
  2. Too Busy Thinking About My Baby - 2:49

Remixes[edit]

  • It's The Way You Make Me Feel (Sleazesisters Anthem Mix)
  • It's The Way You Make Me Feel (Sleazesisters Anthem Edit)
  • Too Busy Thinking About My Baby (W.I.P. Mix)

Chart performance[edit]

This song debuted at #72 on the British charts in the final chart of 2000, as some record stores made the single available a week early, and it sold enough copies to reach the lower end of the chart. The following week, after it was properly released on New Year's Day 2001, the single jumped 70 spots, peaking at #2 and spent 11 weeks on the charts.

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (2001) Peak
position
Belgian Singles Chart (Flanders) 32
Irish Singles Chart 8
UK Singles Chart 2

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