No One in the World

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"No One in the World"
No One in the World vinyl single cover.jpeg
Single by Anita Baker
from the album Rapture
B-side "Watch Your Step"
Released July 1987
Format 7" vinyl single, Cassette
Recorded 1985
Length 4:10
Label Elektra
Songwriter(s) Marti Sharon, Ken Hirsch
Producer(s) Marti Sharon, Gary Skardina
Anita Baker singles chronology
"Same Ole Love (365 Days a Year)"
"No One in the World"
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"Same Ole Love (365 Days a Year)"
"No One in the World"
"Ain't No Need to Worry" (with The Winans)

"No One in the World" is a song by American R&B singer Anita Baker. It was the fourth single from her multi-platinum album, Rapture. It had previously been released by Dionne Warwick on her 1985 album Finder of Lost Loves and again on her 1987 album Reservations for Two.

Chart performance[edit]

"No One in the World" peaked to number five on the Billboard Hot Black Singles chart,[1] and #9 on the Billboard Adult Contemporary Singles.[2] The single peaked at number #44, missing Billboard's top 40 Hot 100 chart.

In popular culture[edit]

The song was featured in an early 1988 episode of the US daytime soap opera All My Children as well as 1988 episodes of Santa Barbara and The Young and The Restless and a 1989 episode of Another World.



Chart (1987) Peak
US Billboard Hot 100 44
US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs 5
US Adult Contemporary Tracks 9


  1. ^ Anita Baker Chart history-R&B
  2. ^ Hyatt, Wesley (1999). The Billboard Book of #1 Adult Contemporary Hits (Billboard Publications)
  3. ^ Anita Baker Chart history-R&
  4. ^ Anita Baker Chart history-Adult

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