Get Together

Album: Confessions On A Dance Floor (2005)
Charted: 7
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  • This song is about Madonna expressing her love for someone, asking that they finally get together, stating she really wants to be with him and change the future. >>
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    Amina - Toronto, Canada
  • Madonna wrote this with Swedish producing/songwriting partners Anders Bagge and Peer Astrom, along with British electronic musician Stuart Price. It was inspired by the 1998 dance hit "Music Sounds Better With You" by Stardust. Both songs sample Chaka Khan's "Fate."
  • The lyrics "Baby we can do it, we can do it all right," are taken from The S.O.S. Band's debut 1980 single "Take Your Time (Do It Right)."
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Comments: 2

  • Leo from Westminster 1, MdGet Together is a beautiful Dance Rocker-Madonna's happiest artwork!
  • Yos from Santo Domingo, Dominican RepublicI dedicated this to my girlfriend when i met her, because she wouldn't give me the time of day. And all i wanted her to know was exactly what this song says.
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