"Acompañame A Estar Solo" is a song written by Guatemalansinger-songwriterRicardo Arjona for his tenth studio album, Adentro (2005). It was produced by Arjona, Dan Warner, Lee Levin and Tommy Torres and performed by Arjona. The song was one of the two demos Arjona sent to Torres the "hookiest and darkest tracks" he had before working with him on the production of Adentro, the other being "Iluso". Torres heavily worked on them, finally grabbing the attention of Arjona.
Adentro was the first time Arjona collaborated with Tommy Torres. Arjona commented that it was "a very representative and tremendously complete album," adding that "having different producers made it rich in possibilities." Arjona proved new sounds in Adentro. Evan Gutierrez from Allmusic considered the instrumentation, performance, and overall sonic palette to be "minimalist" and "unassuming". "Acompañame A Estar Solo" is a latin pop song written by Ricardo Arjona and produced by Arjona, Dan Warner, Lee Levin and Puerto Rican singer-songwriter Tommy Torres, who also arranged the song. On an interview, the singer commented that he first "tested" Torres by sending him the "hookiest and darkest tracks" on the album, "Acompañame A Estar Solo" and "Iluso". Torres said that he "went all out on the first demo, hiring a full band that included a string orchestra", which grabbed the attention of Arjona.
The music video for "Acompáñame A Estar Solo" was filmed on Mexico City in two days. The video was released in a black-and-white fashion, and its protagonized by Arjona. In it, "the singer is appreciated in a moment of personal introspection, doing daily activities accompanied by his guard angel, a sweet woman." The video starts with a panoramic view of Mexico City. Following, the singer is shown in the middle of an empty street singing the lyrics of the song as well as performing the music on a black piano. Then, rainy scenes of Arjona walking through a dark street, and then going inside a house are shown. Arjona lies on a bed, besides a white-dressed woman. The video progresses as Arjona is shown in several other scenes, accompanied in all of them by the aforementioned woman, who acts as his guard. The clip ends with the singer sitting in the piano, with the woman lying on his back.