|Single by Darin|
|from the album Darin|
|Released||January 21, 2006|
|Format||CD single, Digital download|
|Songwriter(s)||George Samuelson, Thomas Granlind, Darin|
|Producer(s)||George Samuelson, Thomas Granlind|
|Darin singles chronology|
"Want Ya!" is the fifth single released by Swedish singer Darin. The single was released both physically and digitally on January 25, 2006 in Sweden becoming the third and final single from Darin's second album Darin. The single also received a digital Finnish release, charting there for 4 weeks.
The video for "Want Ya" stars the same actress who featured in the video for previous single Who's That Girl, Darin is seen talking to her as the video starts. There are several scenes in the video that are set in a locker room and a parking lot in which Darin is seen running with a gang. Throughout the video Darin can be seen singing whilst stood before a big wheel with the lyrics to the song written in Graffiti around it. In the middle of the video there is a sort of "dance-off" between Darin and his gang and another group which continues until the end of the video. The video is produced and directed by Mikedalica and Harakiri and is featured on the DVD Tour Videos Interview.
CD Single: Columbia 82876 78790 2 (Sony BMG) / EAN 0828767879024
- "Want Ya!" 03:52 (George Samuelson, Thomas Granlind, Darin)
- "Who's That Girl" (The Attic Remix Radio Edit) 03:52 (Jörgen Elofsson)
The single debut on the official Swedish singles chart at number 19 eventually peaking at number 4 and remained on the chart for 14 weeks in total and re-entering on two occasions, one in May and one in August. The single, released digitally in Finland charted at number 8 on the Finnish charts for 2 weeks, re-entering on two later occasions both inside the top 20.
|Weeks On Charts|
|Swedish Singles Charts||IFPI||4||16|
|Finnish Singles Charts||IFPI||8||4|
- Want Ya! single release. Official Site. Retrieved January 1, 2010.
- Want Ya! Swedish Charts. swedishcharts. Retrieved January 1, 2010.
- Want Ya! Finnish Charts. finnishcharts. Retrieved January 1, 2010.