Let's Get Back to Bed – Boy!

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"Let's Get Back to Bed – Boy!"
Single by Sarah Connor featuring TQ
from the album Green Eyed Soul
Released 7 May 2001
Format CD single
Genre R&B, hip hop
Length 3:56
Label X-Cell, Epic
Writer(s)
Producer(s)
  • Kay D.
  • Rob Tyger
Sarah Connor singles chronology
"Let's Get Back to Bed – Boy!"
(2001)
"French Kissing"
(2001)
TQ singles chronology
"Daily"
(2000)
"Let's Get Back to Bed – Boy!"
(2001)
"Keep It on the Low"
(2003)

"Let's Get Back to Bed – Boy!" is a song by German recording artist Sarah Connor. Written and produced by frequent collaborative duo Rob Tyger and Kay Denar, it features American performer TQ. Conceived for Connor's debut album, Green Eyed Soul (2001), the midtempo contemporary R&B track is built around a mandoline sample and scratching hip hop beats, over which Connor, as the female protagonist, adopts sensual vocals and expresses her desire to make love with her man, inviting him to her bed.

The song was released as the album's lead single in German-speaking Europe on 7 May 2001. Its impact on the charts was large for a debut single; it reached the top ten in Germany, Austria and Switzerland and the top twenty in the United Kingdom and Norway. "Let's Get Back to Bed – Boy!" was nominated for Best National Single – Rock/Pop at the 2002 ECHO Awards, and received gold certifications from the German and Austrian arms of the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry.[1]

Track listings[edit]

European CD single
  1. "Let's Get Back to Bed – Boy!" (Radio/Video Klimax) – 3:57
  2. "Let's Get Back to Bed – Boy!" (Club RMX Radio 4Play) – 3:58
European CD maxi single
  1. "Let's Get Back to Bed – Boy!" (Radio/Video Klimax) – 3:57
  2. "Let's Get Back to Bed – Boy!" (Club RMX Radio 4Play) – 3:58
  3. "Let's Get Back to Bed – Boy!" (Sly's Dub RMX Chill Out) – 4:17
  4. "Let's Get Back to Bed – Boy!" (Club RMX Main Part) – 5:25

Charts[edit]

Weekly charts[edit]

Chart (2001) Peak
position
Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40)[2] 5
Belgium (Ultratop 50 Flanders)[3] 31
Germany (Media Control Charts)[4] 2
Norway (VG-lista)[5] 18
Switzerland (Schweizer Hitparade)[6] 9
UK Singles (Official Charts Company)[7] 16
Chart (2002) Peak
position
France (SNEP)[8] 50

Certifications[edit]

Country Certification
(sales thresholds)
Austria Gold[9]
Germany Gold[10]

References[edit]