Nothing But You

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"Nothing But You"
Single by Paul van Dyk featuring Hemstock & Jennings
from the album Reflections
Released 23 March 2003
Format CD, 12"
Genre Electronica, uplifting trance, vocal trance
Label Vandit, Positiva
Writer(s) Paul van Dyk, Hemstock & Jennings
Producer(s) Paul van Dyk
Paul van Dyk singles chronology
"We Are Alive"
"Nothing But You"
"Time of Our Lives/Connected"

"Nothing But You" is a single released by Paul van Dyk in association with the group Hemstock & JenningsNothing But You is a re-work of their 2002 single "Arctic". It also features the well known trance singer Jan Johnston, as well as Kym on vocals. The song was featured in the soundtracks of EA Games FIFA Football 2004 and the Cirrus remix in Need For Speed Underground 2. The song also appears in DJ Hero, mixed together with Sandy Rivera's "I Can't Stop (David Penn Remix)". It reached #14 in the UK Singles Chart and #6 in the US Hot Dance Club Play.

The vocals featured in this track are Norwegian. "Jeg har ingenting, men jeg har alt når jeg har deg" which translates to "I have nothing, but I have everything when I have you."[1]

Track listing[edit]


  1. "Nothing But You" (UK Radio Edit) 3:19
  2. "Nothing But You" (Vandit Club Mix) 7:17
  3. "La Fiesta De La Canicas" [Multimedia Bonus Track] 6:55
  4. "Nothing But You" [QuickTime Video]


  1. "Nothing But You" (Paul van Dyk Club Mix) 7:04
  2. "Nothing But You" (Faithless Remix) 7:34
  3. "Nothing But You" (Cirrus Mix) 5:18

12" Promo[edit]

  1. "Nothing But You" (PVD Club Mix) [A]
  2. "Nothing But You" (Vandit Club Mix) [B]

Other Remixes[edit]

  1. "Nothing But You" (Berlin Remix) 5:03
  2. "Nothing But You" (Super8 & Tab Remix) 9:29
  3. "Nothing But You" (Tomekk Mix) 8:13
  4. "Nothing But You" (PVD Radio Mix) 3:35

Music Video[edit]

The music video for Nothing But You is filmed in the style of the Reflections album. It includes various images of the streets of Cape Town, South Africa and follows a girl who climbs to the top of her apartment to the roof as a boy does the same on the other side of the street, interspersed with shots of Paul van Dyk in his apartment suite doing various mundane activities, reflecting on himself whilst looking in the mirror, cleaning his hands, eating dinner and watching football on the TV with a glum look on his face. At various points in the video, Paul van Dyk looks up at the unnamed girl and thinks to himself, but in the end does nothing, whilst she connects with the boy on the opposite side. The girl and boy both climb down and they meet in the street where they inevitably kiss. The meaning behind this video probably reflects on the vocals of the song; while Paul van Dyk has all the money and flashy apartments, he is still unhappy at the thought of being alone, whilst the girl and boy are happy despite not having anything but each other.


Chart (2003) Peak
Eurochart Hot 100 Singles 44
Dutch Singles Chart 3
German Singles Chart 11
Ireland Singles Chart 34
UK Singles Chart 14
U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Club Play 6


  1. ^ Stenberg, Vivi (July 14, 2003). "Herjer hitlistene med norsk tekst". Verdens Gang. Retrieved November 19, 2015. 

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