Delirious (David Guetta song)

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"Delirious"
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Single by David Guetta featuring Tara McDonald
from the album Pop Life
Released 31 January 2008
Format CD single, Digital download
Recorded 2007
Genre House, electro house
Length 4.31 (album version)
3:03 (radio edit)
Label Virgin, EMI
Songwriter(s) David Guetta, Joachim Garraud, Carl Ryden, Tara McDonald
Producer(s) David Guetta, Joachim Garraud, Sven Kirschner
David Guetta singles chronology
"Baby When the Light"
(2007)
"Delirious"
(2008)
"Tomorrow Can Wait"
(2008)
"Baby When the Light"
(2007)
"Delirious"
(2008)
"Tomorrow Can Wait"
(2008)
Tara McDonald single singles chronology
"My My My"
(2006) My My My2006
"Delirious"
(2008) Delirious2008
"Tomorrow (Give in to the Night)"
(2010) Tomorrow (Give in to the Night)2010

"Delirious" is a house song performed by French DJ David Guetta and Tara McDonald (McDonald also co wrote the song) for Guetta's third studio album, Pop Life. The song was released as the album's fourth single on January 31, 2008. Several remixes of the song, including mixes by Fred Rister, Marc Mysterio, Laidback Luke, and Arno Cost and Norman Doray were released. A video clip for the song was filmed by Denys Thibaut in Montreal, featuring David Guetta and Tara McDonald, picturing an executive assistant (Kelly Thiebaud)[1] throwing paint all over her boss's office.

Track listing[edit]

[2]

  • French CD single
  1. "Delirious" (radio edit) – 3:01
  2. "Delirious" (Laidback Luke Remix) – 8:09
  3. "Delirious" (Original Extended Mix) – 7:54
  • European CD single
  1. "Delirious" (original extended mix) – 7:54
  2. "Delirious" (Laidback Luke Remix) – 8:09
  3. "Delirious" (Arno Cost & Norman Doray Remix) – 8:09
  4. "Delirious" (Fred Rister Remix) – 7:35
  5. "Delirious" (Radio Edit) – 3:01

Charts[edit]

Chart (2008)[3] Peak
position
Australia (ARIA)[4] 36[5]
Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40)[6] 27
Belgium (Ultratop 50 Flanders)[7] 17
Belgium (Ultratop 50 Wallonia)[8] 2
France (SNEP)[9] 16
Germany (Official German Charts)[10] 59
Hungary (Rádiós Top 40)[11] 36
Netherlands (Single Top 100)[12] 12
Romanian Singles Chart[13] 29
Sweden (Sverigetopplistan)[14] 51
Switzerland (Schweizer Hitparade)[15] 16

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