Just the Way You Are (Milky song)

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"Just the Way You Are"
Single by Milky
from the album Star
Released August 2002
Format CD single, maxi CD, 12-inch single
Recorded 2002
Genre House
Length 3:30
Label Multiply Records (UK)
Motivo Records (Italy)
Robbins Entertainment (U.S.)
Writer(s) Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney, G. Sacchetto, G. Trivellato
Producer(s) G. Sacchetto, G. Trivellato
Milky singles chronology
"Just the Way You Are"
(2002)
"Be My World"
(2003)

"Just the Way You Are" is a song recorded by Italian House group Milky. The single was also the first song to make its official debut at number one on the Billboard Hot Dance Airplay chart in its October 17, 2003, issue, even though it reached number one in the September 28 issue, when it was an unpublished chart.[1]

Content[edit]

The track features the vocals of German singer Giuditta, whose lyrical "do-do-do's" make up the song's most memorable chorus line, and is best remembered by its Ibiza-influenced guitar beat, done over a pair of sampled tracks: "Streets of Your Town" by the Australian pop group The Go-Betweens, and "Listen to What the Man Said" by Paul McCartney & Wings. McCartney and his late wife Linda both receive writing and production credits on the single because of the use of the song elements from "Listen."

Music video[edit]

For the song's video and promotional campaign during its chart run, Egyptian/German model Sabrina Elahl was used as the group's face instead of Giuditta.

Track listing[edit]

US Single[2]

  • Just the Way You Are (Original FM Cut) (3:30)
  • Just the Way You Are (Original Extended Mix) (6:15)
  • Just the Way You Are (Gardeweg Mix) (6:00)
  • Just the Way You Are (Almighty Mix) (7:08)
  • Just the Way You Are (Full Intention Club Mix) (7:32)
  • Just the Way You Are (Liquid People Main Mix) (7:00)

UK single[3]

  • Just the Way You Are (Radio Edit)
  • Just the Way You Are (Full Intention Club Mix)
  • Just the Way You Are (Almighty Mix)

Charts[edit]

Chart (2002-03) Peak
Position
Australia (ARIA)[4] 47
Belgium (Ultratop 50 Flanders)[5] 36
Ireland (IRMA)[6] 24
Netherlands (Single Top 100)[7] 58
New Zealand (Recorded Music NZ)[8] 29
Romania (Romanian Top 100)[9] 21
United Kingdom (Official Charts Company)[10] 8
US Hot Dance Airplay (Billboard) 1
Preceded by
"Never (Past Tense)" by Roc Project featuring Tina Arena
Billboard Hot Dance Airplay number-one single
September 28 – October 24, 2003
Succeeded by
"Baby Boy" by Beyoncé featuring Sean Paul
Preceded by
"DJ Nation" by Nukleuz DJs
UK Dance Chart number-one single
31 August 2002 - 7 September 2002
Succeeded by
"Rippin Kittin" by Golden Boy with Miss Kittin

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