Just One Last Dance

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"Just One Last Dance"
Sarah Connor (singer) - Just One Last Dance.jpg
Single by Sarah Connor featuring Natural
from the album Key to My Soul
Released 1 March 2004 (2004-03-01)
Format CD, maxi single, download
Genre Pop
Length 4:29
Label X-Cell, Epic
Songwriter(s) Rob Tyger, Kay Denar
Producer(s) Kay D., Rob Tyger
Sarah Connor singles chronology
"Music Is the Key"
(2003) Music Is the Key2003
"Just One Last Dance"
(2004) Just One Last Dance2004
"Living to Love You"
(2004) Living to Love You2004
Natural singles chronology
"Let Me Just Fly"
(2004) Let Me Just Fly2004
"Just One Last Dance"
(2004) Just One Last Dance2004
"Why It Hurts"
(2005) Why It Hurts2005

"Just One Last Dance" is a song by German recording artist Sarah Connor, taken from her third studio album, Key to My Soul (2003). The pop ballad was written and produced by Kay Denar and Rob Tyger. A reissue featuring guest vocals by Connor's then-husband Marc Terenzi's former band Natural was released by X-Cell Records on March 1, 2004 – one month after the birth of the couple's son Tyler – as the second and final single from the album. Lyrically, the song alludes to couple's final dance in a Spanish cafe before they are forced to part ways.

"Just One Last Dance" attained commercial success through Central Europe. In Germany, it reached number-one on the Media Control Charts, where it became Connor's third non-consecutive chart-topper was ranked among the thirty best-selling singles of 2004. Also in Europe, the song reached the top-five in Austria and the top ten in Switzerland. Oliver Sommer directed the accompanying video for the single. Inspired by West Side Story, it portrays Connor as a high school girl who falls in love with a rivaling football player (Terenzi) – much to her brother's dismay.

Formats and track listings[edit]

European CD single

No. Title Length
1. "Just One Last Dance" (radio version) 4:11
2. "Just One Last Dance" (college radio version) 4:02

European CD maxi single

No. Title Length
1. "Just One Last Dance" (radio version) 4:11
2. "Just One Last Dance" (college radio version) 4:02
3. "Just One Last Dance" (Kayrob Dance RMX) 3:53
4. "Just One Last Dance" (video version) 4:28
5. "Work It Right Tonight" 5:00
6. "Just One Last Dance" (video) 4:28

Charts[edit]

References[edit]

Preceded by
"Augen Auf!" by Oomph!
German Singles Chart number-one single
12 March 2004
Succeeded by
"Can't Wait Until Tonight" by Max