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Can't Stay Away From You

"Can't Stay Away from You"
Let It Loose
Released January, 1988
Format 7" single, 3-inch CD single, cassette single
Recorded 1987
Genre Pop
Length 4:00
Label Epic
Writer(s) Gloria Estefan
Producer Emilio Estefan
Gloria Estefan and Miami Sound Machine singles chronology

"Betcha Say That"
(1987)
"Can't Stay Away from You"
(1988)
"Anything for You"
(1988)

Let It Loose track listing
"Let It Loose"
(2)
"Can't Stay Away from You
(3)
"Give It Up"
(4)

"Can't Stay Away from You" is the title of a 1988 single by singer Gloria Estefan, credited to Estefan and her former band, the Miami Sound Machine. The song was the third single released from their multi-platinum album, Let It Loose. It became Estefan's (and her band's) fifth Top 10 hit in the United States, peaking at #6 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart; it was their second #1 hit on the adult contemporary chart, following 1986's "Words Get in the Way". The song originally peaked at #88 on the UK Singles Chart, but was re-released after the success of its follow-up, "Anything for You", peaking at #7 in March 1989.

The song is a pensive ballad sung from the perspective of a woman who is in love with someone who doesn't feel the same, but she is unwilling to walk away from their relationship because she does not want it to end.

Popular Latin singer Jaci Velasquez recorded a Spanish version of the song called "Mi Vida No Es Nada Sin Ti" for her album Milagro.

Chart performance

Chart (1988) Peak
position
Billboard Hot 100[1] 6
Billboard Adult Contemporary[1] 1
Chart (1989) Peak
position
Dutch Top 40[2] 1
UK Singles Chart[3] 7

See also

References

  1. Whitburn, Joel (1996). The Billboard Book of Top 40 Hits, 6th Edition (Billboard Publications)


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