Find My Baby
by Moby

Songfacts®:

  • In 2002 this was released as the ninth and final single from Play. It barely troubled the charts in most countries.
  • Moby explained this track to Rolling Stone: "Basically just me playing slide guitar over a vocal sample. I added what I thought were hip-hop drums to it. In the '80s I was DJing a lot of hip-hip. At one point I was working at Mars and I used to keep a microphone by the turntables. Big Daddy Kane and Run-D.M.C. and 3rd Bass and Flavor Flav and everybody would go to this club and get drunk, and I had the microphone. I was the weird white DJ for all these rappers where were drinking and rapping to impress their girlfriends."
  • This soundtracked a commercial for American Express, which featured Tiger Woods playing golf in New York City.

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