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Who Wants to Be Alone

"Who Wants to Be Alone"
Released March 21, 2010
Format CD single, digital download
Recorded 2009
Genre Progressive trance
Length 4:36
Label Musical Freedom
Writer(s) Tijs Verwest, Waakop Reijers-Fraaij, Nelly Furtado, Rick Nowels
Producer Tiësto, DJ Waakop Reijers-Fraaij, DJ Frank E
Tiësto singles chronology

"Feel It in My Bones"
"Who Wants to Be Alone"
"C'Mon (Catch 'Em By Surprise)"

Nelly Furtado singles chronology
"Morning After Dark"
"Who Wants to Be Alone"
"Bajo Otra Luz"
DJ Frank E singles chronology
"Love Me"
"Who Wants to Be Alone"
"Licky (Under the Covers)"

"Who Wants to Be Alone" is a song by Dutch DJ Tiësto featuring Canadian singer Nelly Furtado and producer DJ Frank E. The track was released as the third single from Tiësto's second studio album, Kaleidoscope, on March 21, 2010.

Music video

The music video begins with a girl, played by Project Runway's winning model Marilinda Rivera, laying on the bed thinking of her old boyfriend who was cheating on her. Then her friends come to take her to a Tiesto concert. On the concert she sees her old boyfriend with his girl flirting, then she meets Tiesto. Her old boyfriend sees her flirting with Tiesto. Later the old boyfriend comes to talk to her and then they start flirting. The video ends with the girl and her friend going for a walk outside and her old boyfriend sitting in a car asking if she will sit in with him. Then she passes his car and goes over to Tiesto's car. The car drives away as the video fades out.


Chart (2010) Peak
Belgium (Ultratop 50 Flanders)[1] 39
Czech Republic (IFPI)[2] 12
Denmark (Tracklisten)[3] 20
Hungary (Dance Top 40)[4] 10
Netherlands (Dutch Top 40)[5] 17
Netherlands (Mega Single Top 100)[6] 34
Poland (Polish Airplay Top 20)[7] 1
Poland (Dance Top 50)[8] 5
Slovakia (IFPI)[9] 8
UK Singles (Official Charts Company)[10] 91
UK Dance (Official Charts Company)[11] 10


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