"Here with Me" is the debut single by English singer-songwriter Dido. It was the first single she released from her 1999 debut studio album, No Angel. The song was written about her now ex-boyfriend Bob Page.
The single was released on May 17, 1999 in the United States, but was not released in the United Kingdom until February 2001, where it was the album's second single following the worldwide release of "Thank You" in December 2000. It peaked at number four in the UK Singles Chart, becoming her second top five single in a row, following "Stan," a collaboration with Eminem. It reached number 1 on the Australia HitSeekers Chart following her live performance on the 2001 ARIA Awards.
"Here with Me" was used as the theme song for the 1999–2002 American television sci-fi drama Roswell. In 2007, Dido released an extended remix of the song featuring Enya.
Two distinct music videos were made for the track. The first version was recorded in 1999, and released to the American market. The American version was directed by Big TV! and uses footage of the singer rendered in sepia tones. Dido later stated that she hoped to record a new video of the track for international release. A new version was directed in full color by Liz Friedlander and was released in December 2000. This became the video released to the British & European markets, the music video for the International version was filmed in Downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
The song was prominently featured in the 2003 romantic comedyLove Actually during a scene where one of the characters has finally, but unintentionally, revealed his love for his best friend's new wife. The track appears on the movie's soundtrack album. It was also in the 2000 film Bounce. It was featured as the opening song of the TV series Roswell. The song was also featured in the NBC television show ER, when it was played as Samantha Taggart went over to Luka Kovač's apartment to have sexual intercourse. It has been used as the haunting music featured in VictorianWorkSafe campaign advertisements, advocating safer workplaces for the sake of families. In December 2010, Matt Cardle performed the song in the final of the talent show The X Factor.