"Carry On" is a song written by recording artists Donna Summer and Giorgio Moroder. The song was first released on Moroder's 1992 album Forever Dancing. The following year, the song closed Summer's two-disc set The Donna Summer Anthology. During the 1970s Moroder had co-written and co-produced a large number of Summer's disco hits, and this song marked the first time the two had worked together in more than a decade.
The recording features background vocals by Summer's children, Brooklyn and Amanda Grace Sudano, along with co-writers Waters and Moroder, and Larry Lee. "Carry On" was released as a single in Germany in 1992 and some years later was remixed and became an international hit, reaching #25 on the U.S. Dance charts in 1997 and #65 on the UK Pop charts in 1998. That same year it won the first Grammy award for Best Dance Recording.