Dance with Me (Debelah Morgan song)

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"Dance with Me"
Debelah morgan song dance with me.jpg
Single by Debelah Morgan
from the album Dance with Me
Released July 18, 2000
Format CD single
vinyl single
Genre Tango, R&B, dance-pop
Length 3:40
Label Atlantic
Writer(s) Richard Adler
Debelah Morgan
Giloh Morgan
Jerry Ross
Debelah Morgan singles chronology
"I Love You"
"Dance with Me"
"I Remember"

"Dance with Me" is a song by American R&B singer Debelah Morgan, composed by Morgan and music producer Giloh Morgan. Released in the year 2000, it was the first single produced from Morgan's third studio album of the same name. Its protagonist declares that she only wants to dance with her lover that night. "Dance with Me" peaked at #8 on the Billboard Singles Chart on December 26, 2000 (after reaching the Top 40 on October 3), and has been added to many hit compilation albums. "Dance with Me" received international acclaim and has been performed in different versions, including a special Walt Disney version and a Spanish version "Baila Conmigo." Morgan's "Dance With Me" was based on "Hernando's Hideaway" written by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross, who are given credit on the song.

The song is used in a crucial scene in the disability-dance film Musical Chairs(2012).

Formats and track listings[edit]

These are the formats and track listings of major single releases of "Dance with Me".

CD Single[edit]

  1. Album Version
  2. Soul Central Remix
  3. Boom Boom Remix

CD Maxi Single[edit]

  1. Album Version - 03:42
  2. JP Club Mix - 07:46
  3. JP Radio Mix - 03:34
  4. The Jill and Jack Mix - 08:01
  5. JP Underground Mix - 09:39
  6. JP Sound Factory Mix - 10:43
  7. JP Sound Factory Dub - 07:51


Chart precession and succession[edit]

Preceded by
"Independent Women" by Destiny's Child
Australian Dance Singles Chart number-one single
January 8, 2001 - February 12, 2001
Succeeded by
"Operation Blade (Bass In The Place...)" by Public Domain