Album: Light Years (2000)
Charted: 2
  • This song by the two pop icons was written by Williams and his then writing partner Guy Chambers. It was originally intended just for Kylie, but Robbie liked the song so much that it was turned into a duet.
  • This was released a few months after the Australian singer's UK #1 "Spinning Around" which had signalled a return to her pop roots after several years of attempting to be "Indie Kylie."
  • Lyrically this song appears to be about dancing, however it contains several mysterious lines such as the opening couplet, "Me no bubbletious. Me smoke heavy tar."
  • An altered version, which featured a closing rap by Williams was included on his Sing When You're Winning album.
  • Robbie and Kylie performed this together at the 2000 MTV Europe Music Video Awards.
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