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No Me Dejes De Querer

"No Me Dejes de Querer"
Alma Caribeña
Released April 24, 2000 (2000-04-24)
(see Release history)
Format CD Single
CD Maxi single
vinyl 12" Maxi single
Vinyl 7" Maxi single
Recorded 1999
Genre Latin pop
Length 03:28
Label Epic
Gloria Estefan singles chronology

"Music Of My Heart"
"No Me Dejes de Querer"
"Como Me Duele Perderte"

"No Me Dejes de Querer" (Don't Stop Loving Me) is a song by Gloria Estefan, released as the first single from her third Spanish album Alma Caribeña. In its original format, it is an upbeat tropical-salsa song.

Song history

Following the success of "Music of My Heart," "No Me Dejes De Querer" was a smash hit for Estefan and she won her first Latin Grammy award in the category of "Best Short Form Music Video" at the first ceremony celebrated for these awards in 2000.

"No Me Dejes de Querer" became her first Spanish language-song to enter the Billboard Hot 100, and also her highest position to date (with a Spanish song) on that same chart. The remixes also made it at the Top Ten on the Hot Dance Club Play Chart.

Formats and track listings

U.S./Canada CD Maxi single (49K 79456/X49K 79456)

  1. "No Me Dejes de Querer" ("Flores" del Caribe Mix - Radio Edit)
  2. "No Me Dejes de Querer" ("Flores" del Caribe Mix)
  3. "No Me Dejes de Querer" (Santana's Latin Surprise Mix)
  4. "No Me Dejes de Querer" (Colour Coded Remix)
  5. "No Me Dejes de Querer" (Kaned Vocal Mix)
  6. "Como Me Duele Perderte" (Pablo Flores Club Mix)
  7. "Como Me Duele Perderte" (Pablo Flores Club Mix - Radio Edit)
  8. "Como Me Duele Perderte" (Pablo Flores Dub Mix)
  9. "Como Me Duele Perderte" (Tropical Version)

Spain CD Maxi single (669584 2)

  1. "No Me Dejes de Querer" ("Flores" del Caribe Mix - Radio Edit)
  2. "No Me Dejes de Querer" (Pablo's 3 A.M. Dub)
  3. "No Me Dejes de Querer" (Santana's Alternate Dub)
  4. "No Me Dejes de Querer" (Colour Coded Remix)
  5. "No Me Dejes de Querer" (Album Version)
  6. "Tres Gotas De Agua Bendita" (Album Version)

Release history

Region Date
Europe April 24, 2000 (2000-04-24)
Japan May 10, 2000 (2000-05-10)
Spain July 27, 2000 (2000-07-27)
United States August 22, 2000 (2000-08-22)


Chart (2000) Peak

Spain Top 40 Singles Chart

Spain Top 40 Singles Chart 17 (Remixes)
Switzerland Top 100 Singles Chart 76
U.S. Billboard Hot 100 77
U.S. Billboard Hot 100 Singles Airplay 70
U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play 8
U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Music/Maxi-Singles Sales 11
U.S. Billboard Hot Latin Tracks 1
U.S. Billboard Hot Latin Tropical/Salsa Airplay 1
U.S. Billboard Hot Latin Regional Mexican Airplay 31
Preceded by
"A Puro Dolor" by Son By Four
U.S. Billboard Hot Latin Songs number-one single
June 3, 2000 - June 10, 2000
Succeeded by
"Entre El Mar Y Una Estrella" by Thalía

Official versions

Original versions

  1. Album Version or Radio Edit — 3:28
  2. Unplugged - 3:27


  1. Flores" del Caribe Mix - 8:37
  2. Flores" del Caribe Mix - Radio Edit — 4:27
  3. Pablo's 3 A.M. Dub - 8:06
  4. Santana's Latin Surprise Mix - 9:54
  5. Santana's Trancy Dub - 9:15
  6. Santana's Alternate Dub - 6:50
  7. Santana's Alternate Mix - ?
  8. Colour Coded Remix - 5:19
  9. Kaned Vocal Mix - 8:41
  10. Well Kaned Dub Mix - 7:21
  11. Tim Rex Mix - 9:27
  12. George Calle Remix - 7:10
  13. Calle's San Beningo Vox Dub - ?

External links

  • Lyrics with English translation
  • Gloria Estefan Discography Database
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